RES: [Ambassadors] inactive ambassadors, a proposed solution
crossbytes at gmail.com
Thu Feb 19 20:00:41 UTC 2009
>HOW DO WE IDENTIFY ACTIVE AMBASSADORS?
>We come up with a policy that is simple, and fair.
>An active ambassador is someone who:
>1) Has joined the group in FAS.
>2) Reads and/or posts on fedora-ambassadors-list.
>3) Has a useful, up-to-date personal page on the Fedora wiki.
>And does one or more of:
>* Attends or organizes an event once in a release cycle.
>* Maintains a blog on Planet Fedora, with about one post per month.
>* Participates on fedora-list or fedoraforum.org to help people
>* Indicates their willingness to mentor and guide new contributors or new
Every Computer System that we put out into the Schools has Fedora Installed
and I have to do a presentation at every School several times over.. but I
would not consider these "Events" ..so based on the above requirements I
would be considered a non-active Ambassador..and I do think that I am very
active and contributing a lot to the Open Source Community and in Particular
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