[Ambassadors] Business cards success story

David Nalley david at gnsa.us
Mon May 9 18:05:42 UTC 2011

On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 2:02 PM, Clint Savage <herlo at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 11:22 AM, David Nalley <david at gnsa.us> wrote:
>> On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 1:19 PM, Greg Kerr <kerr.g at husky.neu.edu> wrote:
>>>> As a short follow up to this, please keep in mind that Fedora talk is
>>>> deprecated (and appears by default if you use the Business Card
>>>> generator) Please make sure you change or remove that line on the
>>>> card.
>>> Sorry, but I'm not sure I understand you.
>>> What shows up on the business card that is deprecated?
>>> If you're talking about the VoIP service, I don't see anything about it on my
>>> cards.
>>> Will it show up if you fail to specify a phone number?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Greg Kerr
>> Yep, if you run fedora-business-cards it will pull your Fedora Talk
>> extension and put the Raleigh PSTN termination point on the card by
>> default. (it's line 1 on the card) You can change it (and should) but
>> by default it places that data there.
>> If you didn't see it, perhaps you don't have/didn't have VoIP turned
>> on for your FAS account.
> You should know that Fedora Talk has been eliminated, so we probably
> just update the code to remove that if you don't supply a phone
> number.
> Clint
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Yes hence the warning that f-b-c puts that in by default.

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