On Tue, 12 Aug 2008, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-08-12 at 15:52 -0500, Mike McGrath wrote:
> > On Tue, 12 Aug 2008, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> > > Apologies for this being an idea with no code attached. I'm hoping
> > > some of the able folks are on this list and will see something
> > > achievable.
> > >
> > > Something the Community Architecture folks and I have discovered is that
> > > when we sign up new folks for an account, there's not any way to mark
> > > them for follow up or to indicate a note for where they did it. A
> > > couple methods for doing this come to mind:
> > >
> > > 1. Simple but effective -- a way to tag account holders arbitrarily.
> > > This might help with a number of things, like skill sets, karma, and so
> > > forth. In this case, the tag would allow Ambassadors to follow up on
> > > particular shows by listing everyone with "FooCon 2008" in their
> > > list.
> > >
> > > 2. More complicated but possibly more predictable -- A plugin for FAS
> > > that would allow ambassadors to request or create a special signup
> > > portal, and use it at a show to help visitors sign up (e.g.
> > > join.fp.o/foocon2008 or foocon2008.join.fp.o).
> > >
> > I'd say 2 is pretty easy in a plugin.
> > https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/promo/sign-up/MyPromo
> > where MyPromo could just be arbitrary. It'd get flagged somewhere that we
> > could get it later.
> > The point of this is so users can sign up with some sort of flag on how
> > they found out about Fedora, and then run stats on it later?
> Not just stats, but also to get people "assigned" geographically to
> Ambassadors or some other mentor group, in a way that makes sense and
> maximizes stickiness.
So something more exact then timezone, locale and country or could this
metric bet completely independent of those values?
Another note on that, if we split up the ambassadors into regions (I
suspect they already are) would it be better to just create a group for
each region managed by the ambassadors?