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On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 8:25 PM, Clint Savage <herlo1(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Lastly, I think there are minimums people can achieve, but because
Fedora Ambassadors can lurk in many places, having a set of
requirements might be a bit tight. I'd like to suggest that the new
prospective Ambassador and their mentors sit down with a list of
*suggested* requirements, something they can tangibly look at and say,
yes, I think I can accomplish X, Y and Z to become an ambassador.
Here's a couple quick examples.
All prospective ambassadors would complete some some minimal set of
acknowledgement like Wiki page, introducing yourself, the open source
projects you are involved in and a basic set of benefits you bring to
Fedora. Something similar to what Joerg is requiring now.
Prospective Ambassador accumulates enough credits (integral valued)
through different Fedora related activities on Fedora site, in the
Internet and off line.
This requires some modifications in the present infrastructure, but
should prove to be useful for
other Fedora groups.
Member, Cal. Math. Soc
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