On 12/24/05, Patrick Barnes <nman64(a)n-man.com> wrote:
Anyone else who is considering nominating themselves or others should
aware that it is not a casual commitment to be taken lightly. You must
be ready and able to devote the necessary time and resources, and should
not accept a position if there is any chance you will have to walk
away. A position on the SC should not be treated as temporary or a way
to contribute casually. There may not be a defined 'term' for a
position on the SC. Accepting a position is making a solid commitment
to the Fedora Project. If you are looking for a more casual position,
the status of Ambassador is perfect, and there may be other
opportunities in the future to take on additional responsibilities.
Further, I confirm my desire to be on the SC.
And in reaction to Gerold's remark about "reading between the
lines"--the requirement of a certain level of experience and proven
commitment seems to be justified for all who want to lead the
Ambassadors project. I hope I stated this clearly in my notes, and not
only "between the lines."
On 12/25/05, Gerold Kassube <gerold(a)lugd.org> wrote:
Am Samstag, den 24.12.2005, 17:22 -0500 schrieb Alex Maier:
> mjbrej, nman64, abompard, barz, thl, gja, gregdek, roozbeh, hornain, lxmaier
> 1. Events
> 2. Ambassadors Steering Committee
As I have "read it correct" (between the lines) and see the coming
response (in the mailing-list) to the mail Alex has written is: imho the
important persons of the Steering Comitee are those people which work a
long time before Fedora Core together ...
And imho I belive they should do it. Their experiance and knowledge (in
all important things and persons within Red Hat, Fedora, Marketing,
exhebitions, organisations etc.) will be the best we could ever get.
We all, new and young ambassadors are only or can only be "helping
hands" maybe with new ideas to the Steering Comittee, but I'll do it
Maybe, if I have an idea I'll give it to the Comittee, it should decide
what to do with my idea ...
I belive in that concept.
In my eyes, Alex, Rahul, Patrick, Thomas, David and Greg are the first
choice of the persons which should lead the "Ambassadors".
Just my five cents to the discussion.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of you!
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