On Friday 21 April 2006 17:29, Thomas Canniot wrote:
Le vendredi 21 avril 2006 à 11:42 -0400, Alex Maier a écrit :
> On 4/21/06, Patrick W. Barnes <nman64(a)n-man.com> wrote:
> > On Friday 21 April 2006 10:04, "Alex Maier" <lxmaier(a)gmail.com>
> > > Folks,
> > >
> > > I have been thinking about what makes us look so awfully
> > > event'centric, while we have so many other things going, like the
> > > Free Media, Word of Mouth, Sponsored Media, and other exciting
> > > projects going on?
> > Note that, with the formation of the Fedora Distribution Project, the
> > Free Media and Sponsored Media programs are no longer components of
> > Fedora Ambassadors in any sense.
> BUT, members of our project are participating in these efforts, so why
> shouldn't they tell our fellow Ambassadors about their activities?
> It is good to see initiatives coming out of our project grow to become
> independent projects of their own!
That is definetely a very good news. I have several *activities* that I
would like to be recognized as Ambassador activities, like the
translation of the FWN, the management of the French Community website
and a project I have to create a French podcast like Fedora Reloaded.
We will have future occasions to talk about this later again I think :)
A French community could be great, but isn't really an Ambassadors thing - in
fact, I don't really see it as a Marketing thing, either. Maybe you could
start your own Fedora French project?