[Ambassadors] Fedora Classroom helpers needed

Christopher Fikes cfikes at fikesmedia.com
Sun Jul 5 23:17:47 UTC 2009

For the classroom project, have anyone thought of using DimDim for  
instruction? Works great and is open source.

Christopher Fikes
cfikes at fikesmedia.com

On Jul 5, 2009, at 5:58 PM, Clint Savage wrote:

> As part of the Fedora Classroom team, we're looking for more helpers.
> The Fedora Classroom is starting to grow and we're looking to do a big
> push for Fedora 12, so please come and help if you have a moment!
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Kevin Fenzi <kevin at scrye.com>
> Date: Sun, Jul 5, 2009 at 4:54 PM
> Subject: [fedora-classroom] Fedora Classroom helpers needed
> To: Fedora IRC Classroom discussion and feedback list
> <classroom at lists.fedoraproject.org>, fedora-announce-list at redhat.com
> Hey Folks. We are looking for some people to help out with the Fedora
> Classroom project. Please let me know if you are interested in any of
> these positions:
> Instructor
> Know something about Fedora Project?  Whether it be big or small, we
> want you to come and share your knowledge.  Instructors are always
> needed to present to interested parties.  The topic is up to you and  
> it
> can be basic or very in-depth.  Even if you don't feel like your topic
> is very advanced, many folks love to hear about new and amazing
> things.  Please come and take the time to present!
> Instructor Recruiters
> This position would have you look around for people who use Fedora or
> are associated with Fedora and are interested/willing/able to teach
> classes. You would explain to them how the classes work and help them
> setup their class schedules and so forth. This position could also  
> look
> for people who have interesting blog posts or mailing list postings or
> are active on IRC and ask them to teach some classes.
> Advertising/Marketing
> Working with the Fedora Marketing team, this position would have you
> mail out class schedules, make blog posts, and any other ways you can
> think of to get out the message about classes and how to attend them.
> It would help to be subscribed to various fedora lists and/or be  
> active
> at fedoraforum.org.
> Emcee
> For this position, you would need to be well versed in IRC setup and
> usage and be able to be available at various times when classes are
> held. People in this job would introduce classes, answer general
> questions about the sessions and help control disruptive students or
> the like. The Emcee should also be able to upload logs of just
> completed classes to the wiki.
> Wiki tender
> People in this job would tend the classroom wiki page. They would make
> sure schedules are up to date and filled out properly, that archives
> were uploaded after classes and filed in the right places.
> Please see our mail wiki page:
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Classroom
> For more information.
> kevin
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