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Re: [Ambassadors] Thoughts Regarding Campus Ambassador



On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 7:45 AM, Dushyanth R <r dushyanth gmail com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
>>><snipped>
>> Hello,
>>
>> Well, as Alejandro said, I believe it could be a fantastic innitiative,
>> but... At least if it comes about Poland, there are let's call it SIGs on
>> campuses here, inter alia those related to Linux. What my concern is, how to
>> connect the both groups and how to cooperate with them. Because by then we
>> would be the only distribution which has such project running on campuses.
>> Of course it would be a kind of honor to be part of such innitiative... my
>> doubt is if it wouldn't be duplication of work, and you know, these voices
>> that we're trying to make our own way of promoting Open Source... :)
>> Althouth by then we could be the pace setting side ones, and that could be
>> the fantastic side... ;) I hope you know what I mean :D
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Pawel
>
>>
> I too believe the Campus Ambassadors Program (CAmP) is a great
> initiative. As a new ambassador(on probation) myself and a second year
> undergraduate student i can relate to how much this can be a boost to
> us students.

I love the acronym!  We should use this everywhere can.  Of course,
when we market it, it's good to have it explained.

Cheers,

Clint


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