I think it should be a matter of common sense. if you belongs to
another community besides of fedora you have to sure of take the
correct role at the event, but not mixing the roles.
2015-02-25 3:01 GMT-04:30 Kushal Das <email@example.com>:
--> On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 12:57 PM, Robert Mayr
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Il 25/feb/2015 05:23 "Kushal Das" <email@example.com> ha scritto:
>>> 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.
>> Hi Kursaal,
>> interesting question. In my understanding being an ambassador for any other
>> distribution is not a real conflict of interest and, I'm not aware of any
>> kind of rule going in that direction.
>> Fedora stays for Freedom and I think that also means we should not rise any
>> hurdles when people want to promote it.
>> It's the candidate which should not use his hats together, so when he is on
>> an event for Fedora he should wear his Fedora hat and not promote other
>> distributions simultaneously. Same the other way around.
>> Making this clear to the candidate would be enough and the rest is up to his
>> sense of responsibility towards both distributions.
> I am not saying that we should not be friends with other projects. But
> if one claims
> to be an ambassador and then in public events talks about other
> distributions, that
> should raise a question.
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