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Re: [Ambassadors] Fedora UK Community Website



Am Freitag, den 16.01.2009, 13:34 +0100 schrieb JoergSimon:
> Am Freitag, 16. Januar 2009 13:04:48 schrieb Christoph Wickert:
> > 1. This has nothing to do with moral at all.
> > 2. This _is_ on topic. Gerold asked why there is a need for a UK
> > community website and why the content could not be published at fpo.
> > People who demand everything should be published at the official webpage
> > first have to act their part and enable people to do it. I'm open for
> > constructive suggestions here.
> 
> "Everything"? Have i say´d that? - and Forbidden items as well?:) 

No, you didn't, me nether. From the context of my previous mails IMO
it's clear what I meant, but if you prefer splitting hairs you should
not complain about me "twisting facts".

> We started 
> mentoring to help new Ambassadors to differ wrong from right. Everyone has 
> the Freedom to build what he want from Fedora - and everyone is free to 
> support this - but this is a non-fedora topic. 
> And "could not be published at fpo" that say´s it all. 

IMO it says that we are not able to serve certain needs of the community
and most likely never will due to legal and technical restrictions.

> Please stop to 
> complicate our life with twisting facts. We talk about an Ambassador who is 
> willing to spend time on Fedora and need advice - should he put this effort 
> in another fedoraforum.org with regional character - or should he contribute 
> to Fedora directly and build a regional FedoraCommunity inside the 
> FedoraInfrastructure? 

The fedora infrastructure is no "one size fits all" thing. Different
local communities have different needs. ATM we don't even have the
infrastructure to build up local communities inside our infrastructure.
And as long as we don't have that and require a high level of technical
knowledge and officialism, there definitely is a need for community
sites.

> He will have all support todo it!

I'm sure he will, but let me ask you: What would a local community
inside the current Fedora infrastructure look like? I'm really open to
suggestions, but so far I haven't heard anything constructive. 

> 
> CU Joerg

Regards,
Christoph


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