[Ambassadors] Ambassadors Project vs Distribution Project

Rodrigo Padula rodrigopadula at gmail.com
Mon Jun 25 09:45:25 UTC 2007

Oks... thanks by your explanation.

On 6/24/07, Thomas Chung <tchung at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> All,
> It seems many of us confused between Ambassadors Project vs
> Distribution Project.
> We, Ambassadors are not part of Distribution project and we should not
> ask for media from Fedora Project to distribute them under Fedora Free
> Media Program.
> Fedora Free Media Program was originally created by concerned members
> of the  Fedora Ambassadors Project in an effort to deliver Fedora
> media for those who can't afford to download or get from media
> vendors.
> Fedora Free Media Program also has a clear guideline in the
> Information page[1] which states we supposed to burn and ship media
> using our own resources (DVD writer, blank media, shipping materials
> and postage).
> It's _JUST_ wrong to join Ambassadors Project and Free Media Program
> _JUST_ to receive some free media from Fedora Project. If this
> continues, I rather close down the Free Media Program once for all.
> This is not why I started this program originally.
> In other hand,  if you joined Ambassadors Project and Free Media
> Program, you _MUST_  burn and ship at least 1 DVD a month.  If you
> can't do that, I would politely ask you remove yourself from the
> program since we have so many _INACTIVE_ members in the program.
> [1] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Distribution/FreeMedia/Information
> [2] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Distribution/FreeMedia/Contributors
> Regards,
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> Thomas Chung
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