Joerg, thank you for your e-mail. :)
On 28.12.2011 21:45, Uditha Bandara Wijerathna wrote:
I've just created a survey to collect information from
regarding RH certifications and Fedora Training.
> We are Ambassadors because we are already knowledged - right!?
> And while i agree that continuously improvement is necessary and
should also have a place in our Group, i do not think the Ambassadors Group is the place
where people should apply to learn the basics on Linux-Administration or get RH-Discounts
for RH-Certification or that we should focus to teach ourselves/Ambasssadors in classrooms
- "this cooking in our own soup"(odd germany saying). As Ambassadors we are
able to keep up and understand our geeky-non-people-person-friends and we create new
knowledge from their research - not consume it!
> Classrooms are great for mentorees or potential candidates from all the other groups
in Fedora. But this would require that we make our job as liasons to other groups better
and announce not only on the Ambassadors List but also on the channels where potential
valuable future contributors hang around, who really need that teaching to become a
contibutor in a group other than Ambassadors!
> We are professional in doing events like no others - but this is not enough - we
already worked that out several times! We have so much energy in our group but honestly,
i think it is a misguided introversive energy which i wanted to see invested in a dozen
times brought up topics
I understand where you are coming from. I will offer on my own training support
considerations via #fedora-classroom to develop those who are interested. :)
> - ask yourself what have we achieved if we look at our
Ambassadors Group Goal 2011 that the last FAmSCo picked up?
That is a good question. With a new year, may this be an opportunity to do so. :)
The above is a good! :)
> Not much, right? We degraded not evolved!!!
I strongly believe that I would like to see both Fedora Ambassadors Goals 2012 and Board
Goals 2012, too. :)
I read both of these URLs, three times. :)
Ambassador Group Goal 2011 -
Board goals 2011 -
May such a consideration be useful to take into account for our new year. :v)
Please have a Great Fedora day and/or evening! :~)
- David -
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