2010/12/6 Caius 'kaio' Chance <kaio(a)fedoraproject.org>:
I would put this in constructive way. I suggest to have a place to
activities ambassador has participated and when was he/she last
participated. This is not introduced for pressure as we don't "punish"
others by something done to their accounts/identity. We are Fedora who
helps, not a cold enterprise who sacks. :)
We can avoid embarrassing less active ambassadors by just showing
"Ambassador activities in last 12 months" field, instead of a empty field
with "No activities has ever been done". Just a random idea.
This allow experienced ambassadors have ideas that who may need assistance
during their contributions. Such information is also let new comers find
recently active FAms to make contact timely. As Buddhika said, UPDATE is
important. I think telling others what have you done is as important as
organizing event itself for ambassadors.
Ambassadors currently discuss their activities on the wiki (the events
page and others), the mailing lists, their personal blogs, and at
regional ambassador meetings. This information is presumably collected
to some extent by FAmSCo and incorporated into its monthly/annual
Everyone has always been encouraged to talk about what they do as
ambassadors. Maybe I'm being dense but I just don't get what is wrong
with the way we are currently doing this and why we need somewhere
else to also talk about what we do.