[Ambassadors] Active Ambassadors Over Inactive Am.

Rob Freudenberg rob.freudenberg at gmail.com
Tue Nov 30 03:45:57 UTC 2010

Agreed, just because not all of us have events on going, does not mean we are not spreading the good word.

On Nov 29, 2010, at 10:43 PM, Max Spevack <mspevack at fedoraproject.org> wrote:

> On Mon, 29 Nov 2010, inode0 wrote:
>> 2010/11/29 Buddhika Kurera <bckurera at fedoraproject.org>:
>>> Dear All,
>>> According to the
>>> http://susmit.fedorapeople.org/report/famsco_final_report/#id2781437
>>> There are around 700 Am. worldwide and around 183 events in 2010.
>>> I think each ambassador should have a responsibility of having at-least one
>>> event for an year that ensure spreading fedora in the community.
>>> And as in 2009 it is good to evaluate Am. (based on region) on yearly basis
>>> and ensure all the Am. work well.
>>> Having a large list mean nothing we need people who work to achieve goals.
>>> I noticed some Am. dont event updated their user-page with their contacts,
>>> and
>>> some dnt have contact details.
>>> So i think this need to ensure the quality of the Am.
>>> What you all think?
>> I think you should focus on your own behavior and contributions rather than the behavior and contributions of everyone else on the planet. We do not need another witch hunt.
> +1 to John.  Can we just hall monitor this thread now, before it gets out of hand?
> --Max
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