On Thu, Feb 15, 2018 at 10:04 PM, Robert Mayr <robyduck@fedoraproject.org> wrote:

2018-02-15 10:52 GMT+01:00 Radka Janekova <radka.janek@redhat.com>:
> improve the status of local Fedora communities.

I'm not talking about physical "IRL" "local" communities, I'm not talking about anything related to ambassadors at all. I'm talking about worldwide online communities that nobody ever mentioned anywhere, and every time I tried to, I've been met with incredible resistance, hence why I took a year to slowly build something solid before trying to propose anything again.


Well, I didn't speak about ambassadors only, but I said outreach. Why do you say ambassadors? AFAIK we have much more local Fedora web communities than physical communities.

I'm mentioning Ambassadors because it is a great portion of Mindshare. Besides it was but one item out of the three in that sentence that I chose to mention as examples of what I am *not* talking about.
Before we consider "worldwide online communities" (not sure which kind of Fedora related communities you are thinking about) we should give our Fedora communities a better status or place where they can help and unify Fedora users we otherwise probably never reach.

> Oh and I would like to find a way to link them more visibly than from the wiki, probably exploring options of redesigning the community page[3]

The page is there, we should take better advantage of it. Expand it by whole another section where telegram, discord, reddit, etcetc, would fall. But I think that this may be for another, bigger, discussion at later time...

PS: can we avoid top posting? It's hard to get the correct context.

I don't see a single top post reply to something specific.


Robert Mayr

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