[fedora-india] What is the easiest way to find an Ambassador near to oneself ?

Ankitkumar Rameshchandra Patel ankit at redhat.com
Mon Jul 27 13:12:59 UTC 2009

sankarshan wrote:
> Here's an example from real-life. I took a fancy to a product from a
> consumer goods company, checked up their websites for the nearest
> stores, paid a visit to all of them and, found out that this
> particular product is not launched for my region at all. That specific
> bit of information was available at the larger store who pointed me to
> the contact details for their head office. So, the question was - what
> about my consumer experience (going round and round without getting
> what I wanted) and, did I eventually buy it ?
> I am sure that the answer would be fairly obvious.
> Firstly, thank you Ankur for taking time out to write the concerns. As
> much we have talked about it, having a single mail helps. This is much
> appreciated.
>> There was a "probation period" for new ambassadors too. I haven't quite
>> seen it implemented.
> Ahh ! That means we are doing a good job of implementing it :)
> ~sankarshan


I am not a Fedora ambassador, but I do contribute to Fedora (and various 
other) localization project since long time. One of the things I have 
learned from my localization experience is to always preserve the 
credits of previous translators. So, their credit is never getting lost 
irrespective of whether they are active currently or not. Similarly, if 
there is a way to preserve the credits of the previous ambassadors on 
the list, would be great I think.

I just figured out the link for the list of Fedora Ambassadors: 
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Ambassadors/CountryList , which might be 
a good place to list the previous ambassadors as well as current active 
ambassadors. while mapping provided here: 
https://fedoraproject.org/membership-map/ can work for listing active 

just in case cleanup happens one can think over it...

Ankit Patel

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