2010/8/30 inode0 <inode0@gmail.com>
2010/8/30 Manuel Escudero <Jmlevick@gmail.com>:
> Sorry about the shouting... As I see no ambassadors are interested in this
> I'm posting my message into KDE, Skype and other forums... For me, the final
> user is as important as Fedora.

Slight shift to something that is ambassador related ...

I'm curious at this point what is it about Fedora that matters to you?
Why should these users use Fedora at all? What about Fedora draws you
to it and makes you want to promote Fedora?


@John: I wrote an article that explains the answer to your question for the Fedora LATAM Magazine, 
I'm going to give a brief answer here for you:

1) What is about fedora that matters to me?

It's care for giving the Linux user the most cutting edge technology is what has made me
a faithful follower of Fedora Linux and this same "love for innovation" was what brought me 
into the Fedora Project world, because I personally quite like innovation, most if we're talking
about computer's technology of these days...

2) Why should these users use fedora at all?

I think because Fedora is the perfect mix between Technology and choice,
it's free, ir's secure, it's elegant and it's capable of about everything because of 
it's community. If we can get more users involved into the project we can give a 
better service that other distros and we can have more followers that love fedora,
because we have the greatest linux distribution in the world...

3) What about fedora drew me to it and made me want to promote it?

My passion for innovation and the will to give the user Top Line software
that is usable in their lives, For example, let me tell you an anecdote:

Here at México is an organism called IEMS, this organism provides free High School
Education for the mexicans and they use linux as their base system... Since years ago,
they're using Mandriva for the "General" part and for the music session they used to use Ubuntu Studio.

Now, Since months ago, they were having problems with Ubuntu Studio, one software they used to use didn't sound
so the students weren't able to take their music class as it was suposed to be. Then in a Linux conference I met a Music teacher
of ONE of these schools and called me to solve the problem because no one at that time was able to do it... 

I had trouble solving their problem, but at the end, my solution was changing Ubuntu Studio for Fedora, wich works great and now,
what started in that ONE school, is expanding: From that day, ALL SCHOOLS of the IEMS organism are replacing Ubuntu Studio for
Fedora, and the executives and bosses are in talks to standarize ALL computers with only one distribution: Fedora.

Is because this stories of success I've lived with this distro I'm gonna continue working for it, I'm going to promote it 
and also, I'm going to support the final user who wants to use Linux and do not "have a headache", Because Linux is
for everyone, but not everyone finds it as easy to use as maybe you or me find it.


<-Manuel Escudero->
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