El 25/02/2015 5:56 pm, María Leandro escribió:
> What I'm trying to avoid are so called collectors of titles.
Aja, This is the main issue. If someone has 1000 titles but has earn
them all, then it's fine. It's just a matter of see if the person is
contributing actively in everything that he/she claim be part of; and
if not, make him/her earn it.
I hardly believe someone with more than one or two "titles" would
perform properly at all of them, ie. remain active. I mean, it's
sometimes difficult to find time for FOSS volunteering when you're in
just one community…
I use Fedora as my main OS, however, I have been hosting an event
brings every Open Distro to the table for about 8 years; so, it should
be more a "have you earn it?" question. Remember that an ambassador
should become one "only" when he has proved that deserves the title,
not because "he/she might deserve it".
I think we should make more clear what "to deserve" means. One might be
qualified at the application moment, but should also stress *commitment*
and involvement in several communities would be a red flag. Then, to me
"to deserve" includes to show commitment.
Moreover, anyone is free to promote Fedora without holding a "title".
Ambassador should be a prize, not something to catch potential