[Ambassadors] Just letting you know, I may need a little help
Juan M. Rodriguez
nushio at gmail.com
Thu Jul 9 03:46:18 UTC 2009
On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 8:44 PM, Hector Alfonso Gonzalez Ramirez <
hagr182 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Friends:
> Im just writing up this e-mail to let you know that even tough I havent
> replied to mail messages like I used to, Im still active and working, tough
> at a lower level, I must say. What does a lower level means? well it means I
> have just been convincing people to install Fedora and helping them to get
> it running (30 people this past month), temporarly I have dropped my
> blogging, writing and radio promotion of the project (the reason being on
> this last one that the radio station is from my University) and the first
> two being that this summer we are hosting a charity/service event in which
> we will capacitate people to help others. This project I must say is
> organized by my fellow scout rovers (yes, im still a Scout) , just letting
> you know so Im not considered "Inactive".
> On the other hand all my projects related to Fedora will continue on August
> 10th, my first day of school and the day this event closes; on a side note,
> guess which distro will be used for IT related activities (registration and
> general internet usage by the attendants)???, thats right Fedora.
> Last but not least could somebody help me getting some fancy "Fedora"
> dvds?? I will need 50 for the assistants and about 20 to give out on my
> radio show once it begins again. The event dvds would be required before
> August 6th, the ones for the radio station (getting a new show about open
> source software) before August 10th.
> Thanks, Hector Gonzalez, LATAM Ambassador.
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> Fedora-ambassadors-list at redhat.com
Hector, I'll contact you offlist with the deets.
Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
Ing. Juan M. Rodriguez Moreno
Desarrollador de Sistemas Abiertos
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