RES: [Ambassadors] inactive ambassadors, a proposed solution

Neville A. Cross nacross at
Fri Feb 20 20:10:50 UTC 2009

It has been said that we should focus on active ambassadors.

What about a public page where people who is willing to been bombarded
by mail is displayed? That list is voluntary and you have to sing up
for it. As you signed up for many emails, one of those email will be a
confirmation that you are up to keep this pressure. If you fail to
reply this, you are automatically take down of this list. You can sign
up again at any time. No punishment for taking a break.

This does not has anything to do with the performance or commitment of
one ambassador. It is just another option among the many task that an
ambassador may undertake.

It will be asked to those ambassadors that are alone in one country to
sing up in this list. But no one should be forced to do it.

This list has to be prominent within the wiki. This should became the
way to find people to support events. This people task is to answer
request or point people in the right direction. This will solve the
problem of unresponsive ambassadors.

This does not solve the problem of "dead" ambassadors. Dead as people
that drooped absolutely without the courtesy of given proper notice. I
still think that some sort of housekeeping is needed.

I still would like that someone with artistic skills propose a
template, so those who wanted to brag about recent accomplishments may
do so.

Linux User # 473217

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