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Re: [opensuse-marketing] Announcing the openSUSE Ambassadors Program
  • From: Satoru Matsumoto <helios_reds@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 18:32:13 +0900
  • Message-id: <4A1E5A1D.1000808@xxxxxxx>
First of all, I'd like to appreciate all - including Martin Lasarsch ! -
who made noble efforts to organize this program.

However, to be honest, this program doesn't attract me so much and I'm
not tempted to become an Ambassador ATM. I want to explain why I think so.

Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier wrote:

What do Ambassadors Do?
=======================

As long as I read the Wiki page, listed sample tasks for Ambassadors are
very similar to those for marketing team members. As Zonker might know,
I have done already and am doing almost everything in Japan as a member
of marketing team. I was/am/will be able to do things that are expected
to be done by Ambassadors, even if I were not an Ambassador, right ?
So, my question is: Is there anything that *only* Ambassadors can do or
expected to do ? Do Ambassadors have any responsibility ? If the
answer is 'nothing', I can't find the reason why I'd better become an
Ambassador.

I don't mean to advocate that this program isn't valuable. Instead, I
hope as many persons as possible will support this program and sign up,
because signing up for this program will be a good entrance for the
people who want to contribute in marketing area. Everyone can become an
Ambassador, if he/she wants to. That's definitely good.

Signing Up
==========

I asked a question in another post to -project list, 'Why many people
don't support Guiding Principles ?'
http://lists.opensuse.org/archive/opensuse-project/2009-05/msg00137.html

Thanks to listmates who replied to the question, I realized that some
don't like to *sign* the GPs, even if they can agree with the concepts
of the GPs.

If someone wants to become an Ambassador but don't like to sign the GPs,
is he or she able to be or eligible for an Ambassador ?

Best,

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