[Ambassadors] [Discussion] Reporting template for ambassadors.

inode0 inode0 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 18 00:31:53 UTC 2009

On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 3:15 PM, Francesco Ugolini
<francesco at ephisia.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 3:51 PM, inode0 <inode0 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can the FAmSCo membership folks suggest a good way to deal with this?
> Absolutely, I've just wrote about this and I receive an answer that
> helped me figuring out how the discussion is evolving.
> I think a template is a good thing if someone needs it. From my POV I
> could say that if someone volunteer to create this one, he/she will be
> welcomed, BTW, I'm sure everyone should be free to use it or no. Why?
> I think each of us has his own background and we use to work in
> different way, so I think, in order to simplify the work, we have to
> let people be free to use or not a "possible" template. Then, if
> someone will need a scheme/template to report his/her activity he/she
> could use the template and the other one could be able to continue
> using M-L, blog posts and so on.
> I'm sure this could be a really interesting way to face different
> demands, isn't it?

Oh, yes, as a voluntary model for activity reporting this would be
fine. My question, which wasn't clear enough, was about how to deal
with ambassadors listed on our wiki who won't even respond to other
ambassadors who contact them? It seems quite a few of us view this as
a problem that can only get worse and it is important that when
someone seeks out an ambassador for help or guidance on the wiki that
they find someone willing and eager to provide assistance.

While I know you have worked on similar questions in the past it might
be time to revisit those in this one confined area. Without
necessarily considering ambassador group membership, can we find a way
to make the wiki's list of ambassadors a more useful and effective way
for the public and Fedora community members to contact ambassadors for
whatever reason? Some great ideas are popping up about this now.


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