The follow up:
An observation: I did not see familiar faces from the Fedora India
attend the meeting.
I'm going to ask a question here: "Is it possible for a hundred
Ambassadors to be busy at the same time?"
If they weren't busy, what were they doing? Why weren't they there?
Even *if* all of the 100 were busy simultaneously by some unimaginable
coincidence ( O_o ), Max taking out time to take a class for Ambassadors
*in person*, should have made the importance of the class very very
clear.( At least clear enough to get a few folks to reschedule and
attend the class). The session lasted only an hour and a half FYI.
- It was a great chance to meet up with Ambassadors over the world and
get to know them.
- Max talked about the *role of an Ambassador*, something that we've had
frequent discussions over.
- He made it clear on what you're supposed to say when you represent
Fedora, at conferences etc. Isn't that another point that we were
There was a lot of other stuff that I learnt there (and I'm not a new
Ambassador). Too bad folks decided to give it a miss. Logs are never the
same as attending the meet itself IMO.