[Ambassadors] inactive ambassadors, a proposed solution

John Mackay mackay3 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 16:03:11 UTC 2009

Why do we need to locate inactive ambassadors, and remove them? Why not keep
It might be better to have people helping esporadically, that no help at
Before someone asks, I am sporadic.
2009/2/23 Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay <foss.mailinglists at gmail.com>

> 2009/2/20 Gaurav Prabhu <g5_fosslover at yahoo.in>:
> > Though I agree with you on some points, but still I feel removing them is
> > not the way out.
> > If they do not wish to contribute then it's their wish. Who are we to
> remove
> > them from the list?
> > Also people have their own set of hurdles, diffculties. Some people are
> > under a bad patch of their life.
> > Hence we cannot remove theme even if they do not post on mailing list.
> Take
> > the example of myself, I just joined an month ago,
> >  still haven't
> > done anything since I do not have skills. I am still finding my foor in
> the
> > Fedora community. Besides making some posts on the mailing list, I
> haven't
> > done anything significant.
> If you'd love to meet some of the other Indian Ambassadors or, talk
> out loud about what you can do as small steps towards meeting your
> Ambassador role, do hop over to #fedora-india. There are a lot of
> folks on the channel who would be more than happy to learn from your
> experience and share their knowledge.
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