[Ambassadors] APAC ambassadors meeting. Do we really need them?
danishka at gmail.com
Mon Jun 9 13:17:33 UTC 2008
On Mon, Jun 9, 2008 at 1:46 PM, susmit shannigrahi <thinklinux.ssh at gmail.com>
> Hi all,
> This is very disheartening to see that most people of APAC region care
> very little about communicating.
> Yesterday's meeting was attended by 5-6 people only, though it was
> announced 3 weeks ago. No one even objected about the day and timing.
> So it is very obvious that either they had more important task or they
> don't feel the necessity to communicate.
> We have more than 70 Ambassadors from India alone. And only two were
> Sorry to say this, but we are making *absolutely* no progress. We have
> no event, we can not fulfil free media requests, no new mirror, no new
> agenda, neither do we care for communicating about ideas.
> Do you think a community or project can progress this way?
Might be some people just ignoring the fedora list, but attending is
required but it is not implies that Ambassadors are sleeping.
As I know there are good community members from your country (India).
Specially Rahul Sundharam  giving good a contribution.
Hope you met him at FOSS.IN 2007 :)
and the Punjabi Community too. Amanpreet Singh  and Jassy Phulewala .
both of them working for spreding FC on Grate Panjab part from their usual
I think this is good time to motivate all the Ambassadors .
Good leaders have a talent of getting the support from ANY_BODY ;-)
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