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= 3 simple Questions about being an Ambassador =
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= A few simple questions to ask yourself about wanting to be an Ambassador =
  
This is a really simple guide for deciding if you want to be a Fedora ambassador or not, and what you can do.
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Below are a few simple questions, you should ask yourself, before becoming a Fedora ambassador.
  
 
# '''Do you like Fedora?'''
 
# '''Do you like Fedora?'''
 
#* If the answer to this is yes, then jump to question 2.
 
#* If the answer to this is yes, then jump to question 2.
# '''Do you want to tell other people about how cool Fedora is?'''
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# '''Do you want to tell others about how cool Fedora is?'''
 
#* If so, jump to question 3.
 
#* If so, jump to question 3.
# '''How do you think that you can spread Fedora?'''
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# '''How do you think, you can spread the word about Fedora?'''
#* If you have an answer to question 3, then you already are a Fedora ambassador: you just don't have the official email alias.
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#* If you have a few ideas to answer question 3, and you are willing to participate, then you are a candidate to become an ambassador.<BR>If you already spread the word about Fedora, by recommending it to friends and family, helping people to resolve their fedora problems, or talk to third parties about Fedora and its benefits, then you probably already are an ambassador, although just in your own way. You should then consider to sign up in the Fedora ambassadors group, where you could get help and support from other ambassadors.
  
Answers to question 3 can be:
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''The Fedora ambassadors group could help you to speak at conferences, by providing resources to you.''
 
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''I want to speak in major conferences all over the world about Fedora''
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''I want to tell my 2 friends, and my aunt about how Fedora is free of spyware''.
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''The Fedora Ambassadors could liaise with you to organize or participate in larger events''
  
Becoming the next Fedora ambassador will help you be in closer communication with the Fedora project. It will be much easier to collaborate with us at events, and get help on reaching the most number of people in the shortest amount of time.
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If any of the above applies to you, we would really like you aboard the fedora project, and we'd love to hear your ideas or suggestions to help the Fedora Ambassadors to spread the word.
  
We could really use you in the project, and we'd love to hear your ideas.
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If you are still unsure, if you are the right person to join the Fedora Project as ambassador consult the the document below for more ideas on how to participate:
  
[[Ambassadors/Join| more ...]]
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[[Ambassadors/Join| more information ...]]
  
 
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A few simple questions to ask yourself about wanting to be an Ambassador

Below are a few simple questions, you should ask yourself, before becoming a Fedora ambassador.

  1. Do you like Fedora?
    • If the answer to this is yes, then jump to question 2.
  2. Do you want to tell others about how cool Fedora is?
    • If so, jump to question 3.
  3. How do you think, you can spread the word about Fedora?
    • If you have a few ideas to answer question 3, and you are willing to participate, then you are a candidate to become an ambassador.
      If you already spread the word about Fedora, by recommending it to friends and family, helping people to resolve their fedora problems, or talk to third parties about Fedora and its benefits, then you probably already are an ambassador, although just in your own way. You should then consider to sign up in the Fedora ambassadors group, where you could get help and support from other ambassadors.

The Fedora ambassadors group could help you to speak at conferences, by providing resources to you.

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The Fedora Ambassadors could liaise with you to organize or participate in larger events


If any of the above applies to you, we would really like you aboard the fedora project, and we'd love to hear your ideas or suggestions to help the Fedora Ambassadors to spread the word.

If you are still unsure, if you are the right person to join the Fedora Project as ambassador consult the the document below for more ideas on how to participate:

more information ...