On 03/10/2016 10:42 PM, Viorel Tabara wrote:
On Thu Mar 10 2016 07:59:27 GMT-0700 (MST) Justin W. Flory
> My concerns are whether it would be confusing to keep the students in the
> same mailing list / agenda planning as faculty members. Both students and
> faculty may need resources unique from one another in terms of guidance or
> strategical planning for events.
I'm not experienced in the ambassadors/marketing field so I'm speaking from a
non-academic staff perspective: academics who are interested in open source
will likely want to exchange ideas with their students and look for ways to
promote FLOSS in their courses. There are also, (some) professionals 
(non-academic) staff willing to contribute :) So to me keeping all of them on
the same mailing list would make more sense.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Viorel. Curious, did you also have any
ideas on ways that non-academic professionals in academic settings can
contribute? I'm assuming this might be like a system administrator at a
school, or a similar type of position. I was just curious if you had any
ideas off the top of your head in terms of how they could contribute
within their role.
Justin W. Flory