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Re: An idea re ambassadors



Dear All,
        I also think that spreading words about Fedora via Libraries, Universities, local LUGs would be better (moreover in the context of a developing countries like Nepal). Here, in Nepal, we don't have any FUDCON or such big events, what we do is to to communicate through LUGs, organise seminars.
            One of the way is to install Fedora in local Cyber Internet Cafe as well where different people come to surf Interent. The Cafe owner would become free from the hassles of Worms, Viruses and keyloggers (obviusly made for MS Windows) and could provide hassle free service to its customers. As well this will let the customers feel safe to browse internet from there.
            Moreover, we're observing CAN InfoTech (a mid-sized event organised by Computer Association of Nepal) on 23rd March, 2006. So If I could get some promotional materials regarding FC5, it would be nice for me to demonstrate and distribute FC5 at the event.

Regards
Abhishek Singh

On 3/18/06, Clair <fedora freehold no-ip info> wrote:
Tejas Dinkar wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-03-17 at 19:10 +0000, Clair wrote:
>> So, I propose another project is started... a project who's focus is to
>> go
>> around and educate, and tell, people about fedora. To answer people's
>> questions. It won't be about going around to groups of people, it will
>> be
>> about telling people about fedora on a one-to-one basis.
>
> Stupid Idea to start a new project for this...

Thanks! :)

> This is exactly the Ambassador's purpose
>
> We should be doing this along with the events

Yeah, but it isn't happening.. :)


Clair


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