Hi all,

I agree with the idea. It would also be great if it would be possible to sell 2/4 GB usb sticks with fedora preloaded on it for 15 euro's or so. This with a nice fedora logo on it :)

Clint Savage schreef:
On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 6:42 PM, Michael Spahn <any0n3@fedoraproject.org>
Hello Ambassadors,
a way to spreading fedora to users with slow connection.
My idea is the user search a local Ambassador and send him a usb stick and
attach the postage to send the stick back.
And the Ambassador can easy create the USB stick with the liveusb-creator
And a little paper with the architecture  and the gui gnome/kde.
This way is very cheap for the fedoraproject and a simple way for the
Only a little idea :).
With regards,

On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 1:11 PM, Keiran Smith <affix@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
Hey Michael,
I really like your idea :). However this can be very costly to us Unless we
can get a sponsorship from a manufacturer.

On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 12:16 PM, Adam Miller <maxamillion@gmail.com> wrote:
The user is to buy a USB stick, mail it to an ambassador. The
ambassador then puts fedora on the USB stick and mails it back. (As
Michael originally said)

Why do we need a manufacturer?


I could go for this idea.  It's a cheap way for someone to get Fedora.
 For about $2 we could get a Fedora USB stick to a person without
internet access.  It'd be nice to put the updates on there too as a
repository or something.



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