Em Ter, 2010-11-16 às 12:30 -0200, Carlos Ribeiro escreveu:
> wow nice,
> I agree and I believe will be nice to have a small group to help us to
> organize Ambassador program and speed up our progression.
> as we can see including me we already have 6 people deep interested in
> help with Ambassadors program, then I believe we are near to have a
> kind of a board for the ambassador program.
> Also, this is the perfect time to make thinks happen at the ambassador
> program, time to make a difference when compared against any other
> similar ambassador program.
> Our ambassadors needs to be more prepared, more mature, more align
> with the entirely project, we need to be more connected with each
> And as everything has a beginning and our ambassadors life is not
> different we need to start with a more productive and efficient
> welcome message, I mean, we can start to write a kind of Ambassador
> Welcome Kit and this could be included into the Ambassador Kit.
> What could be included on that Welcome Kit? To get this answer we need
> to remember what we missed when we became ambassador. Some suggestions
> - Ambassador Meeting ( we need to create a agenda for that)
> - Ambassadors Welcome landing page sent together with the Ambassadors
> - Templates for events reports
> - introduction videos or presentations to teach how to handle a booth,
> - g is responsible for art-work, how to contact them and get
> customized t-shirts for events.
> - step-by-step on how to make and send a video called "Hi I'm a
> openSUSE Ambassador!"
> - Ambassadors Q&A
> - Questionnaire templates to be used during events
> - step-by-step for how to prepare good guided demos for edu-li-f-e,
> obs, studio, 11.3
> - Ambassadors quarter report (4 per year)
> - Ambassadors virtual appliance built for streaming our presentations.
> every ambassadors will get the chance to easily stream any
> presentation or even recorded just downloading this machine and use it
> as live image or something like that.
> - Ambassadors Photo Gallery
> - Ambassadors Rock Band (If we have this one that, I would like to be
> the drummer :))
> - Ambassadors could be allowed to give certificates for opensuse
> enthusiasts that always appear at openSUSE booth to help us with
> anything during events.
> Em Seg, 2010-11-15 às 08:49 -0500, Matt Hayes escreveu:
> > On 11/15/2010 8:47 AM, Andreas Jaeger wrote:
> > > So far, I have write-protected the openSUSE ambassador list in the openSUSE
> > > wiki and ask all ambassadors to write me first - and then send them the
> > > questioniare and introduce them here as new ambassadors.
> > >
> > > Therefore I'm basically the first contact and greeter for them ;)
> > >
> > > I'd like to pass this job on to somebody else - or a small team - since it
> > > takes me far too long to handle these requests.
> > >
> > > If you're interested, please speak up!
> > >
> > > Andreas
> > Andreas,
> > I could definitely give this a shot since editing the wiki and a few
> > other things have taken a backseat to some other issues.
> > Let me know what needs to be done and what the requirements/needed
> > information are etc and I'll let you know if its something I can lend a
> > hand with.
> > -Matt
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