[Ambassadors] LATAM Events -- Fedora Project Leader road trip
rafaelgomes at projetofedora.org
Mon Jul 19 01:33:10 UTC 2010
Sorry, but I will not be at FISL to talk with you. I can show my opinion now.
IMHO the problem of Brazilian community are:
The local community don't know what is the real intention of Fedora,
it is not clear for them. It is about how we really can help Fedora
and don't lost that target.
We have some infrastructure that IMHO is duplicate, we should use more
official resource of Fedora.
My ideas are:
- We should translate wiki pages and use them. We need verify if is
possible the user access pages in Brazilian Portuguese and navigate in
that language, when available. I have already translated some pages
and I can help with this.
- Translate the join page, because in that page we have all
information needed to understand the possible ways to contribute with
- The local community should grow up its participation here in
official list of ambassadors, but may be because the language some
guys avoids here. It was my problem, I am a little shy to write in
english, I am learning yet, I understand well, but write in english...
no much. I am trying now... :D
Sorry... big email! it was my cents...
Consultor em TI
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On Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 12:17 PM, Jared K. Smith
<jsmith at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 5:28 PM, Filipe Rosset <rosset.filipe at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Sorry for the late response, we have a lot of Ambassadors from Brazil who go
>> to FISL.
> Thank you, Felipe. I look forward to meeting many of the ambassadors
> while I'm in Porto Alegre. We have a huge opportunity to grow the
> community with Brazil and Latin America in general, and I hope my
> visit will help energize the community. If you have other suggestions
> on how we can grow the community and help future leaders in Brazil,
> please don't hesitate to let me know.
> Jared Smith
> Fedora Project Leader
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