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Quality of Ambassadors:
I think the best way to measure it is through a simple credit system.
1. a.) Ambassador /prospective ambassador reads *important* article
(Only some articles may be eligible for credit)
b.) Prospective ambassador answers related multiple choice questions
c.) If a minimum score of 90% is not attained, then the candidate
goes through the whole process again.
On successful completion, candidate gets 1 credit or some credit.
2. a.) Ambassador/prospective ambassador contributes X no of commits
to a Fedora project.
We know plenty of inefficient code metrics. Based on a less
inefficient one we give some credit to the candidate.
Only exceptionally hard working programmers should be able to become
ambassadors based on their code contribution alone.
3. Ambassador /prospective ambassador writes a article in
This is getting long.
Shall I make a wiki page for the evaluation system?
Member, Cal. Math. Soc
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