sankarshan added a new comment to an issue you are following:
I share the concerns outlined by Zamir(zsun) above. It'll help to
have someone who knows the APAC ambassadors and can reach out to them and/or their local
associates to gather information about their activities and also help/encourage them to
organize/participate in local community events to represent Fedora and share their
experience with Fedora community via blogs/reports/emails etc.
@zsun raises important points. And I wanted to add to them. From my understanding of the
story-teller role, it seems that the key attribute the individual requires is empathy and
a willingness to reach-out and record experiences, incidents and issues in an authentic
manner. There is probably not one of us who can claim to be intimately familiar with
everything in the region. Familiarity and trust builds over time and the role is the
connective tissue between the project and its impact.
I am not sure if @kushal requires an additional hand at storytelling or, wants to be a
mentor for @siddharthvipul1 - I have not read his perspective on this ticket. That said,
this is a good and robust way for a Fedora contributor to gain insights outside of his/her
narrow (even, technical) focus and understand how in what we do there is an exponential
benefit to our community.
Having said that, it'll help to confirm if Siddharth has
understood this role well and is up for it. And if he could have a fellow ambassador to go
along with him at least for couple of quarters.
This is a pragmatic solution. And this should be considered to be adopted.
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