[Ambassadors] Workshop on Fedora 14

mak mahayalamkhan at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 06:05:45 UTC 2011

2011/3/9 Angel <linux463291 at gmail.com>

> Now I see, why you are mad.
> 2011/3/9 mak <mahayalamkhan at gmail.com>
> Because, someone is a self proclaimed "leader" of Bangladesh Fedora
>> Community. I wanted to make you aware of that.
> In January 1, 2009, I have officially took permission from Paul Frields
> (that time Fedora Project Leader) to representing Fedora Officially in
> Bangladesh. Max was there and the mail was also CC'd to Joerg Simon and
> Fabian Affolter. Feel free to check the archive of fedora-advisory-board
> list.
> If you question, why me, why not you or others? My question is also same,
> why not you or others? You are a Fedora Ambassador from long long time than
> me, no one was stopping you to take the lead, and do some work. But the
> reality was different, I have wrote about this whole situation and my
> experience on my blog, titled ┬┤Fedora Bangladesh and my Frustration┬┤. I am
> sure, you have read it.

We (all other contributor from Bangladesh) believe in networking and don't
like hierarchy, that's why we never felt to be a leader.

I feel pity on you; after that all frustration you seek (sneaked) the
permission to be the leader. And I wonder how the board approved without
asking the Bangladesh community. I'm going to raise the issue in Fedora
Board why the hell they didn't asked Bangladesh community. Have the
community voted you or voted the board to assign you as our leader? I will
ask them.

But as being a so called leader, you should have known that, Fedora events
should be open to all. Why didn't you guided Mr. Monir on that.

The list is public, and people from Bangladesh have started reading this


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