Eduardo Javier Echeverria Alvarado wrote:
I'm sending this email behalf to Marcel, because each time it
the list, the system does not accept
I don't have handy a better link (the talks happened years ago) than
The is, we were kindly asked by Red Hat not to use any hats (or fedoras)
so we don't confuse the audience and don't dilute any trademark.
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From: Marcel Ribeiro Dantas <ribeirodantasdm(a)gmail.com>
Subject: Blue Fedora
It's my first message in this mailing list, so I will quickly introduce
I'm Marcel from Brazil. I collaborate in the Ambassador/L10n project,
and I'm very intereted in getting skilled at packaging so that I can
also help in the packaging process too in the near future.
Along the last days, a few other ambassadors and I have discussed a
very interesting subject at #Fedora-LATAM. Some people around the
world (developers, ambassadors, users, and so on) wear a blue fedora
in events, and many agreed that it is actually a great way to find
fedora people in events.
Tonight, in the LATAM meeting, we discussed this subject and we ended
up agreeing that it should be taken to a wider public, such as this
Looking for things related to this context in the Fedora Project
[Official] Wiki, we foud the "Code of Conduct" for Ambassadors and
we were all amazed that there was nothing about wearing a blue Fedora
There was even something about wearing a red Fedora, which is commonly
done since lots of Fedora Ambassadors are Red Hat employees. The
purpose of this e-mail is to hear your opinions about the proposal of
making it official.
Just like Red Hat employees wear a Red Hat, Fedora ambassadors would
wear a Blue Fedora. Lots of nice things were discussed about that, but
for now, I think discussing the adoption of a Blue Fedora is enough.
So what do you think?