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Re: An idea re ambassadors

Clair wrote:
On Friday 17 March 2006 19:19, Jeff Spaleta wrote:

On 3/17/06, Clair <fedora freehold no-ip info> wrote:

This way, the Ambassadors project will be able to support events better,
and telling people on the street won't be neglected.

I'd be willing to run the project.

What does everyone think?

I personally avoid random people who attempt to talk to me about
things that I have not already expressed an interest in as I'm walking
down the street or in an public space. I personally despise aggressive
one-on-one sales tactics for any service, product or religion and I
would be unhappy if these tactics became the prefered mechanisms by
which to inform the average person as to what Fedora is.

The idea is not not go to people "on the street" - it's to chat to people, like schools, friends, coworkers, people who ask your advice, etc.

Provide pamphlets and papers to put on Universities and Schools. And give informative texts to those that are interested.

This gives the idea, and don't bother anyone :)


"Talk is cheap. Show me the code." - Linus Torvalds

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