So far we aim for free (and as it says on Fedora slogan) it is OK to me.
Still, do NOT INTENTIONALLY mix things. Go "Fedora first" and then
"others". Do not do both at the same time.
Anyhow, it will help all us to have as much FOSS as we can on the planet
so just think it "that way".
On 26/02/15 07:59, Jatin khatri wrote:
On Wednesday 25 February 2015 09:53 AM, Kushal Das wrote:
> Just wondering if promoting other distributions (in this case Ubuntu)
> in public events should be considered as a conflict of interest? This
> case the same person holds ambassador position in Fedora and similar
> kind of position in Ubuntu too.
I don't think so,
I'm a fedora ambassador, in some public events may be at some school or
something, I try to promote fedora. But some/many students/teacher
specially asks for Ubuntu, they want Ubuntu to be installed on there
in this situation we/I support them and providing Ubuntu
and I don't think its conflicts with Fedora... as I've tried my best to
promote fedora as I can
after all I'm promoting LINUX ... no matter its Fedora or Ubuntu ....
what other are thinking ????? ..please share
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