[Ambassadors] Fedora Says Thank You!

Gregory Fenton fedora at fedoradvds.com
Wed Mar 2 21:48:53 UTC 2011

Great, except how can anyone in other countries send US stamps?

How about funds to pay for an envelope and stamps via paypal?

Best regards


On 2 March 2011 21:47, Tom Callaway <tcallawa at redhat.com> wrote:

> Ambassadors,
> *****
> You're hearing this FIRST. So please, help us spread the word. A copy of
> this text will be going in my blog and on the Fedora Wiki:
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Thank_You
> And of course, thank you for being Fedora Ambassadors!
> *****
> First of all, I do not want to take any credit for this idea, it belongs
> to John Rose, and has been bouncing around, trying to come to life,
> since July 2010. I am just happy to help it finally hatch!
> John, Jared, Paul, Max, and I all want to thank Fedora users and
> contributors for everything that they do in our rich and diverse
> community. As a small token of our appreciation, we're giving away free
> Fedora stickers and case badges to any community member who sends us a
> Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE). It is our little way of saying
> thank you for all that you do.
> Here is a short FAQ:
> Q: What is a Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope?
> A: A Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE) is an envelope with the
> sender's name and address on it, with affixed paid postage. In the UK,
> this is also known as a "Stamped Addressed Envelope (SAE)".
> Q: Where do I send my SASE?
> A:
> Red Hat
> c/o Tom Callaway
> 314 Littleton Road
> Westford, MA
> 01886-4105
> Q: How long is this offer good?
> A: We will return any SASEs that I receive on or before May 31, 2011.
> Q: How does this work?
> A: Basically, you write your mailing address on an unsealed envelope and
> attach paid US postage to that envelope (enough to send a letter to that
> address from the US). This is your SASE.
> Next, you put your SASE in another envelope, which you then mail to me
> at the above address.
> When I receive it, I will open your envelope, put in some nifty Fedora
> stickers and case badges, seal it up and drop it back in the mail to you.
> Q: Is there a limit on how many SASEs I can send you?
> A: Please, one SASE per person. If you have some sort of complicated
> situation, feel free to email me directly and we'll work something out
> (spot at fedoraproject.org).
> Q: Is this offer open to contributors outside the US?
> A: Of course! We realize that it may not be possible or simple for our
> international contributors to get their hands on US postage, so you are
> more than welcome to include an International Reply Coupon instead.
> (More info about International Reply Coupons can be found here:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_reply_coupon) If you choose
> this option, please do not forget to include the self-addressed envelope!
> Q: Can I decorate my SASE?
> A: Sure. Just remember that it will be coming right back to you.
> Q: Do I need to prove that I am a Fedora User or Contributor?
> A: Nope. If you go to the trouble of sending us the SASE, we'll send you
> stickers and case badges.
> Q: Can I tweet/dent/facebook/IRC/email/tell my friends about this offer?
> A: Absolutely.
> Q: Can I just put some money in the envelope and have you buy postage
> with it for me?
> A: No. Any money found in the envelope will go into my 1 year old son's
> college fund. If postage is a problem, please send me an email
> (spot at fedoraproject.org).
> Q: Will Fedora or Red Hat keep a record of my mailing address?
> A: Nope. All we'll do is put stickers and case badges in the envelope,
> seal it up, and drop it back in the mail.
> Q: How many stickers and case badges do I get?
> A: One large Fedora Logo laptop sticker (3 inch) and four small foil
> "Powered by Fedora" case badges.
> Q: What do the stickers look like?
> A: http://spot.fedorapeople.org/sticker-pic.jpg
> Q: I have a question that isn't answered here, where can I ask it?
> A: Email spot at fedoraproject.org.
> Thanks again,
> ~tom
> ==
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