Hey Fedora Friends!
I've prepared this proposal as a result of many public discussions around
the state of the Fedora Ambassador Program. The proposal includes a plan on
how to get us from where we are currently to where and what we could be. I
have attempted at every turn to simplify, and to make use of what we
already have in place.
I have put a lot of my own energy into this proposal, and had a couple
folks give some bits of first feedback so I don’t eat dirt after publishing
it. Please read it with an open mind, and hopefully you will be as excited
as I am about the future!
I look forward to constructive feedback on ticket #218. Please refrain from
responding to the email thread as it will be harder to organize.
All my best,
*Apologies if you receive this email more than once, I am sending it to
multiple lists for coverage*
Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator
Red Hat <https://www.redhat.com/> • Fedora Project <https://getfedora.org/>
I've been collecting information from different threads and pagure's issues
regarding the ambassadors on fedora.
Doing that, it looks like there isn't a clear definition among people. Even
when there is a document/wiki page .
I'm writing you this to ask you:
1. What is a Fedora Ambassador?
2. What does a Fedora Ambassador do?
Please, just answer the 2 questions. There is no need to start a
discussion, no need to reply anyone email, no need to name people. 2 simple
Hopefully we can have a lot of responses without fights or arguments
My answers are:
1. A Fedora Ambassador is someone that knows deeply how Fedora Linux is
done, the WG, the SIG, the mission, the objectives, the main governance,
the CoC, and knowing this is able to interact locally with different
players to achieve Fedora presence in relevant events, talks and
conversations to raise Fedora relevance.
2. A brief list for me is:
- Attend events, as organizer or speaker or in a booth, any way that allow
attendees to know that Fedora is there.
- Is aware of the tech world around his area.
- Helps people to get its way inside the Fedora Project.
I hope we can keep this away of any toxic discussion.