Its a nice idea but real problem lies on the effectiveness of such a plan.All the same I think it will be great;)

On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 2:24 AM, Will <snow.open.ski@gmail.com> wrote:
Michael Spahn wrote:
Aditya Patawari schrieb:
Its, no doubt, a superb idea. I think we can really start it, though I don't see any need of sponsor here.

On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 11:12 PM, Michael Spahn <any0n3@fedoraproject.org <mailto:any0n3@fedoraproject.org>> wrote:

   Hello Ambassadors,
   a way to spreading fedora to users with slow connection.
   My idea is the user search a local Ambassador and send him a usb
   stick and attach the postage to send the stick back.
   And the Ambassador can easy create the USB stick with the
   liveusb-creator :).
   And a little paper with the architecture  and the gui gnome/kde.
   This way is very cheap for the fedoraproject and a simple way for
   the user.
   Only a little idea :).
   With regards,
   any0n3

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I think this too.
But we have to talk to the fedoraproject web team, we need a wiki site and a link on the "get fedora" page.
But we need a ok from all ambassadors :).
Or a list of 1 Ambassador in a country.
I would like to do this in germany.
With regards,
any0n3

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I would have no problem handling it for all of central and northern NY. That is Syracuse and north, and maybe to the rochester areas, but there are a couple ambassadors out that way that could handle that if they wanted.

Will Morris

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