2017-04-27 15:06 GMT+02:00 María Leandro <tatica(a)fedoraproject.org>:
I would like to discuss further the "inactive" status of an ambassador.
true that we have a load of ambassadors that are mostly active in other
groups and that is definitely a +1 (packagers, designers, coders, etc),
however, what will "inactive ambassador" mean?
* Hasn't participated on an event for over 18 months?
* Hasn't write a blog post for over 18 months?
* Hasn't participated on mailing lists or IRC or X for 18 months?
...didn't any activity in Fedora World we can measure with fedmsg.
That means he never logged into his account or any app, or wrote a
post to the ML, blogpost or whatever for one and a half year!
This is not related only to the ambassadors group but to any group
activity. If an ambassador is not doing much anymore around events,
but contributes to packaging, he will never be considered "inactive".
Is this clearer now?
The ambassador role is to be a people person, so, will we consider
inactivity as a people person or as a Fedora member?
That's why we want to keep the 18 months period. Ambassador's
activities are often different to technical activity, which is much
We consider an ambassador both, a people person, but also a Fedora
member. And as Fedora Ambassador he needs to be up to date with news,
features etc Fedora produces almost for every release.
If an ambassador doesn't update himself, then he will give bad or
wrong answers to end users at events for example. And Ambassadors give
voice to Fedora, so if an end user gets wrong answers to his questions
or is not satisfied with the discussion with one of our ambassadors,
he will consider Fedora wrong as a whole and will pass over to other
I think, if you don't
Maria Gracia Leandro
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