[fedora-india] Ambassadors in India

Rahul Sundaram metherid at gmail.com
Wed May 12 10:18:45 UTC 2010

On 05/12/2010 01:50 PM, Suchakra wrote:
> I'm pretty young in the Fedora community. I first used Fedora when it
> was Core 4. I was too young to even understand linux then. And too add
> to the misery, unlike other distros I found that it was pretty slow.
> (I was using Mandrake 8.2 then) I got partially cut off from the linux
> world soon (not being from a CS background) and have been just
> recently re-started my journey with FEL 12 and Ubuntu 9.04 and
> embedded flavors of Llinux. I decided to contribute to OSS and started
> looking for ways. I am presenting my unbiased views when I say that
> the only thing that attracted me to fedora was the organization, the
> clear cut demarcations and the streamlined procedures to be a
> contributor. There is a process involved and things are better of the
> process remains intact. I had applied for Ambassadors quite sometime
> back but there's no hurry. I'm myself being off-on-off-on for sometime
> (as things are beyond your control in campus - exams, dissertations
> etc.) but it gives you time to judge yourself, whether you are fit.
> You can't help anyone in anyway becoming an Ambassador if you are
> inactive most of the time.

Thanks for your feedback.  Come up to #fedora-india when you get time
and say hi.  My nick is mether and I can help you get started when you
find sometime. 


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