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 Contributing roles in the Ambassadors Project
 Who are we?
Ambassadors are the representatives of Fedora. Ambassadors ensure the public understand Fedora's principles and the work that Fedora is doing. Additionally Ambassadors are responsible for helping to grow the contributor base, and to act as a liaison between other FLOSS projects and the Fedora community.
Note, if you are just looking for swag, this is not for you!
 What we do?
- Organize Fedora participation at events
- Talk about the Fedora Four Foundations
- Promote FLOSS and open source projects
- Demonstrate Fedora and other open source projects to the public
- Promote Fedora at local user groups with talks etc...
 Where are we?
Fedora Ambassadors are divided into regions of the world:
 Joining the Fedora Ambassadors Project
|Regional meetings are very important to the project, because they allow local Ambassadors to communicate with each other. See the meetings page for details.||The ambassadors mailing list is useful for collaboration. Please have a look at the mailing list guidelines.||The IRC is the best place to go.channel on|
 General information
 Fedora Ambassadors Steering Committee
FAmSCo's mission is to provide the governance and support structure necessary to assist and enable Fedora Ambassadors worldwide.
 Tracking Ambassador Requests
Regional ambassador teams track requests and tasks in different ways.
|FAmSCo (global)||FAmSCo Trac||Confidential enquiry with FAmSCo members.|
|APAC||APAC Trac||Tasks tracking for Asia Pacific region.|
|EMEA||EMEA Trac||Tasks tracking for Europe, the Middle East and Africa region.|
|NA||FAmNA Trac||Tasks tracking for North America region.|
|LATAM||LATAM Trac||Tasks tracking for Latin America region.|