[Ambassadors] Fedora Country Spokesman

Francesco Ugolini francesco.ugolini at fedoraproject.org
Mon Oct 2 19:39:25 UTC 2006

We have Fedora Marketing that's a sub-project of Fedora Ambassador, the
problem is that we need a miliar stone in each country where media and other
ambassador, in their native language, can talk and work together. If a
italian magazine want to talk about Fedora, it prefer to takes information
in italian language, talking with an italian, at the same time if an
ambassador need help for an event, he can ask his country team using the
languge where he is more fluent.

This would mean that FAmSCo and other structure continue to make their work
focusing on the project management (and economic issue) etc..., the only
change is that each country has its local management that focus only on
organize the promotional activity. I think that Ambassadors will be more
stimulated to work in a "friendly athmosphere" and, at the same time, will
create a local identity that can only improve the local appeal.



2006/10/2, Pawel Sadowski <mcgiwer at fedoraproject.org>:
> On 02-10-2006, mon at 13:26 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> > On Mon, 2006-10-02 at 15:54 +0200, Francesco Ugolini wrote:
> > > I've a proposal that consist in the creation of a sub-project of
> > > Fedora Ambassador:  Fedora Country Spokesman.
> > >
> > > FCS would be an Ambassador with some skills in writing (in his
> > > language) and a good proficency talking with other. He also would be
> > > able to work strictly with Marketing and Documentation Project,
> > > providing to the media fc release notes, press release etc...
> > > Every month he would have to write a report of country's ambassador
> > > activity and reporting the fedora presence in the country and, yes, in
> > > the media.
> > >
> > > It's an idea, what do you think ?
> > >
> > >
> > > P.S. I will glad to working on this sub-project.
> >
> >
> > I would think the Ambassadors could coordinate this within a country
> > themselves, without adding the overhead of Yet Another Subproject.
> > Certainly it would be great for the Ambassadors within a country to be
> > working with other project contributors there, and not just the general
> > public.
> I agree with Paul. Ambassadors already are the people responsible for
> such things. This is one of the target they were created for :)
> Regards,
> Pawel
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