On 21-06-2006, wed at 17:29 +0200, Frederic Hornain wrote:
Today again, I have met someone who are working for one of Fedora
We talked about what he does on his project and if knew other people
woking on Fedora.
I said yes of course and even in our area.
He was really surprized when I told him that other nice guys were also
woking on Fedora close to him.
Then he complain me also that no Physical Fedora Structure exists till
now in my area.
Ok I have to admit. However it is going to change.
Unfortunatly, they are a lot of contributors who are doing something
in their corner and nobody is knowing that this one or that one is
also working on Fedora on different project close to us.
It will be more funny if we could create local community in order to
share experience, knowledge, etc...
So I think in addition of our ambassador role we should be the point
of contact for these guys in our country.
I have started to do a kind of list but I would have need to have
specific wiki page for this goal in order readable by everybody.
You see what I mean.
Something like "Ambassador by country" for all people working on
Fedora and not exclusivly for Ambassador.
Even if the wiki page "Ambassador by country" have his importance.
Like, this for each country you will have a maintenor which help
Fedora guys to know each others, permit to do the link with Red Hat,
be the point of contact for a specific area.
Tell me what you are thinking about that. And why not ? If you know
Have a nice evening.
Yeah, I think you have a good thinking ;) I have figured out one idea -
maybe we could create something called Fedora Users Groups (FUGs), the
name of a group like that would be for example New York Fedora Users
Group (NYFUG). What do you think of that?