On Tue, 2006-01-31 at 15:46 -0500, Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:
On Wed, 1 Feb 2006, Michael J Knox wrote:
> I do have a local LUG which I am a member of, however, I doubt they
> would appreciate a Fedora talk every month (considering the huge number
> of debian dev's that reside in the LUG).
So how about a Fedora talk every six months -- like, say, when there's a
new release of Fedora Core?
Yes, that was what I was hoping to do. Starting with FC5's release
> So, my question is, what can someone, in a small area, with
> related shows/events etc do as an ambassador?
> At the moment, I try to post to the LUG's mailing list when Fedora
> related news is made, things like Fedora reloaded podcasts etc etc.
> I am all ears and keen for suggestions.
How about people who haven't tried Linux at all? Do you or your LUG go
out into the community and try to convince people who haven't tried Linux
They have the odd installfest, but no, they don't do anything else to
entice new users to Linux. Perhaps that something I will bring up with