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The following [[Elections|elections]] will take place in May/June 2013:
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The following [[Elections|elections]] will take place in January 2014:
  
* [[Board/Elections/Nominations|Fedora Project Board]] (three seats)
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* [[Board/Elections/Nominations|Fedora Project Board]] (two seats)
* [[Development/SteeringCommittee/Nominations|FESCo (Engineering)]] (five seats)
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* [[Development/SteeringCommittee/Nominations|FESCo (Engineering)]] (four seats)
* [[FAmSCo_nominations|FAmSCo (Ambassadors)]] (four seats)
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* [[FAmSCo_nominations|FAmSCo (Ambassadors)]] (three seats)
* [[Name suggestions for Fedora 20|Fedora 20 Name]] (separate schedule from the committee elections)
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All dates and times noted are UTC time.
 
All dates and times noted are UTC time.
  
= FAmSCo elections May/June 2013=
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= FAmSCo elections January 2014=
  
 
Current members of FamSCo are:
 
Current members of FamSCo are:
  
* [[User:Cwickert| Christoph Wickert]]
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* [[User:Eischmann| Jiri Eischmann]] (sesivany)
* [[User:Eischmann| Jiri Eischmann]]
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* [[User:Cwickert| Christoph Wickert]] (cwickert)
* [[User:Herlo| Clint Savage]]
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* [[User:Lbazan| Luis Enrique Bazán De León]] (LoKoMurdoK)
* [[User:Nb| Nick Bebout]]
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* [[User:robyduck| Robert Mayr]] (robyduck)
* [[User:aeperezt| Alejandro Perez]]  
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* [[User:aeperezt| Alejandro Perez]] (aeperezt)
* [[User:Bckurera | Buddhika Chandradeepa Kurera]]
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* [[User:Bckurera | Buddhika Chandradeepa Kurera]] (bckurera)
* [[User:Tuanta | Truong Anh Tuan]]
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* [[User:Tuanta | Truong Anh Tuan]] (tuanta)
  
As per the [[FAmSCo_election_rules]], these members finish their term and their seats are up for re-election:
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As per the [[FAmSCo election rules]], these members finish their term and their seats are up for re-election:
* [[User:Cwickert| Christoph Wickert]]
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* [[User:Eischmann| Jiri Eischmann]]
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* [[User:Herlo| Clint Savage]]
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* [[User:Nb| Nick Bebout]]
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* [[User:aeperezt| Alejandro Perez]] (aeperezt)
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* [[User:Bckurera | Buddhika Chandradeepa Kurera]] (bckurera)
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* [[User:Tuanta | Truong Anh Tuan]] (tuanta)
  
 
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For the last election, please see [https://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=FAmSCo_nominations&oldid=339248 FAmSCo NominationsMayJune2013]
 
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For the last election, please see [https://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=FAmSCo_nominations&oldid=311687 FAmSCo Nominations Nov/Dec 2012]
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Candidates must be a member of the Ambassadors group in the Fedora Accounts System.  This helps ensure that FAmSCo members have some experience with the processes of Fedora Ambassadors, but still allows relatively new contributors to sit on FAmSCo and bring fresh ideas to the table.
 
Candidates must be a member of the Ambassadors group in the Fedora Accounts System.  This helps ensure that FAmSCo members have some experience with the processes of Fedora Ambassadors, but still allows relatively new contributors to sit on FAmSCo and bring fresh ideas to the table.
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=== Questionnaire ===
 
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* Question1?
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* How can we improve the management of budgets in all regions?
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* How can we encourage ambassadors from all regions and maintain that strong bond with the community?
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* Could you give us your ideas you have to improve the community?
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* Are you going to work on any plans that make budget transactions handling more transparent? What could be those plans?
  
 
= Candidates =
 
= Candidates =
  
== [[User:user1|user 1]] (user_1) ==
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==[[User:Yn1v|Neville A. Cross - YN1V]]==
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Nicaraguan, using fedora since FC4, contributor since 2008, power user, zero programming skills, major in business administration, Amateur Radio.
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*'''History with Fedora:''' I am ambassador since 2008, inactive mentor for ambassadors, freemedia coordinator, Fedora Community Credit Card holder, member of FAmSCo twice in the past, organizing release party in Managua since Fedora 11
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*'''Goals related to FAmSCo:''' I will like to promote a LATAM way of doing things. More small events to build skills to contribute. Help LATAM to mature so we can participate in meaningful way in events like FLOCK. I like to help bring some success indicators in the use of our budget, beyond blog posts. Find collaborators that are not ambassadors who can share skills and sponsor them to foster grow in our community.
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== [[User:Tuanta|Truong Anh Tuan]] (tuanta) ==
  
 
=== Introduction ===
 
=== Introduction ===
  
* '''Please briefly describe your history with Fedora.'''
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*'''History with Fedora:'''
* '''What are your particular goals related to FAmSCo?'''
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** Fedora User since the first Fedora Core released (Red Hat Linux user, before that).
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** Fedora Contributor since 2009.
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** Current [[Fedora_Ambassadors_Steering_Committee|FAmSCo]] member, representative and budget wrangler for APAC.
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** Current [[Server|Fedora Server Working Group]] member.
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** Current [[Community_working_group|Community Working Group]] member.
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** Initialized and maintained the first Fedora mirror in Vietnam: http://virror.hanoilug.org/#fedora since 2009.
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** Organized a lot of Fedora Release Parties around the country since Fedora 11.
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** Founded Fedora Vietnam community with dedicated community website and mailing list since 2010.
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** Fedora package maintainer for three years.
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** Representing Fedora at a lot of FOSS and Tech events.
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*'''Particular goals related to FAmSCo?'''
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** Connecting ambassadors among countries and regions and support them to make annual plan and budget more effective.
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** Support local ambassadors to organize and attend Fedora and FOSS events/activities.
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** Growing both the quantity as well as quality of ambassadors an ambassadors work.
  
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== [[User:Mribeirodantas|Marcel Ribeiro Dantas]] (mribeirodantas) ==
  
=== Questionnaire ===
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'''History with Fedora'''
* '''Question1?'''
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** Answer1
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== [[User:eischmann|Jiri Eischmann]] (sesivany) ==
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My first contact with Fedora happened many years ago, back in 2007 when as a speaker I met someone who used to promote Fedora. I have used Fedora on and off ever since but only at the beginning of 2012 I started officially as a contributor. At first, I became an ambassador which led me to organize four F19 Release Parties not only in my city but in other places too. I have been ever since an invited speaker at several events allowing me to have talks about Fedora in 13 events only in the second semester of 2012, in all sort of places in Brazil (plus outside Brazil, remotely).
  
=== Introduction ===
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Apart from my contributions as an ambassador I have also done my best in the localization team, translating Yum and Fedora. Wherever I go, I always try to bring new contributors to Fedora and having watched closely several teams like L10n, Marketing, Ambassadors and Freemedia allowed me to have a good idea of where people may fit in better and contribute the best they can.
  
* '''Please briefly describe your history with Fedora:'''
 
** Although my history with Fedora started just at the beginning of 2011 I've been involved in Linux communities much longer (since ~2004). Because I work as a community manager for Red Hat Czech I spend on Fedora-related stuff most of my time. I've organized many open source events including DevConf.cz or GUADEC 2013.
 
** I'm an ambassador for the Czech Republic and have been chairing regional ambassador meetings since summer 2012.
 
** I produce and distribute media and most of swag for EMEA. I'm also a treasurer who is responsible for the EMEA regional budget.
 
** I've been a FAmSCo member since June 2012 and its chair since December 2012.
 
  
* '''What are your particular goals related to FAmSCo?'''
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'''Goals related to FAmSCo'''
** The governance reform FAmSCo has done in the last two terms has moved a lot of power to the regions, closer to contributors. While it brings a big opportunity, it's also a big challenge. I think the main goal for FAmSCo in the next term will be helping the regions to cope with the new situation and making sure everything works as intended.
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* Supporting the communication of ambassadors worldwide.  
** The reform has freed FAmSCo from day-to-day requests, so it can focus on what it's supposed to do - to steer the ambassadors project. So FAmSCo should focus on making the project more attractive to newcomers, asking questions such as what kind of ambassadors are we looking for etc.
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** Fedora Ambassadors shouldn't be a standalone project within Fedora Project. We should closely cooperate with other teams and contributors. FamSCo should be an active participant in inter-team projects and a good partner to others.
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== [[User:robyduck|Robert Mayr]] (robyduck) ==
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LATAM meetings are excellent to make sure people will eventually have to handle with contributors from other countries in LATAM. However, not only language but other aspects limit some contributors from getting in touch with people outside their countries and outside LATAM. People everywhere have lots to learn and lots to teach. Therefore, I believe contributors have much to gain from the experience of meeting new contributors from other locations, sharing experiences and I want to support that not only in LATAM but everywhere.
  
=== Introduction ===
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* Supporting the presence of Fedora in events/activities
  
* '''Please briefly describe your history with Fedora:'''
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As ambassadors, we're the face of Fedora. Consequently, the presence of not only ambassadors but contributors in FOSS events are essential. Supporting this, I will try to assist contributors to make their budget so that the best can be done with the money, assuring Fedora is efficiently present in as much essential places as it is possible.
** I started contributing to Fedora in 2011 but I'm involved in Fedora since 2005, when i founded the italian Fedora community http://it.fedoracommunity.org/
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** Fedora user since version 1b (previously RHL user 8 and 9).
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** In 2008 I wrote (with [[User:Mailga|mailga]]) a manual about Fedora 9, containing 230 pages and reaching a discreet success on the italian market.
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** I'm an ambassador for Italy and mentor for EMEA.
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** I'm also part of the websites team, where I'm quite active, contributing also on a better workflow of all our pages
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** I organized a few small Pizza events for the italian community websites users already before contributing to the fedoraproject.
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** Actually I'm chairing the Italian bi-weekly IRC meeting on #fedora-it.
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* Fedora Join SIG
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New ways to attract contributors to Fedora should always be something to consider. Bringing new contributors is one of the main goals of an ambassador, thus we should always consider thinking of strategies that would make this task more efficient.
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* Support the organization of Fedora events
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I have more than 10 years of experience in the organization of national and international events. Release Parties are a great idea and I'd like to work with other ambassadors to create new small Fedora events (or to promote FADs) that would make clear the local presence of Fedora and work as another way to both introduce new people to Fedora and bring new contributors into the project.
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== [[User:parasense|Jon Disnard]] (masta) ==
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===History with Fedora:===
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* Have been using Fedora as my primary OS since ~ 2006, prior to this I was a FreeBSD user and contributor for ~ 10’ish years. In 2012, I decided to come out of the shadows to become active in the Fedora community. Joined the Ambassador group for the North America region, Have been chairing regional NA ambassador meetings, attending tech conferences working booths mostly, and speaking at small local events (LUGs, etc) in and around the Dallas, Texas area. Personally distribute no less than 500 DVD per cycle, usually much much more. Love talking to people and representing Fedora project.
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* Active in the Fedora-arm team. Very passionate about embedded computers of all kinds, and want to see that Fedora has a good future with the emerging Maker/Hacker culture, as well as the mobile stuff, and emerging enterprise hyperscale stuff. This is pretty much my main focus within the project, and I have no problem revealing that my original intent and participation in the ambassadors program was a scheme to go around demonstrating Fedora on ARM.
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* Very proud to say that I was recently selected to join the Fedora release engineering team. Still in training wheels, learning how the Fedora sausage is made so to speak.
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* Also worth mentioning that I was recently selected to join the Fedora.NEXT  Base working group as a voting member. My main agenda here is to have closeness to the community and represent all of you in BIG decisions.
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* Lastly I can claim to be a packager, because I own a few, but I’m not very uber in this regard. It was barely worth mentioning, but worth another bullet point. I am planning to accelerate my package ownership, and eventually get into reviewing and helping others get started.
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===Goals related to FAmSCo:===
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* This last cycle there was nobody representing the North America region in FAmSCo, and that made me sad. So I've decided to nominate myself in the hopes of representing my region. Given the autonomy of the regions, I’m not sure the purpose of FAmSCo anymore, but regardless I’d like to join and be helpful.
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* So I can say that one of my biggest and most heartfelt agendas for myself in the ambassador program is to promote women in computer science, and engineering in general. I’d love to find way to get Fedora more actively involved in these kind of things in my region and around the world. As I’ve said before, I like to demonstrate Fedora on ARM, but I love to do those things toward an audiences of young women and have them come away with happy technical experiences. Anything that engages women in a positive technical way is a huge plus.
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* I’m always looking for ways to introduce Linux to new audiences, with an eye towards capturing future users and hopefully contributors. This means going outside the normal tech conferences, possibly into high schools or universities, or into conferences that are likely to have technical folks, or linux-curious open minds.
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== [[User:user1|user 1]] (user_1) ==
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=== Introduction ===
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* '''Please briefly describe your history with Fedora.'''
 
* '''What are your particular goals related to FAmSCo?'''
 
* '''What are your particular goals related to FAmSCo?'''
** A lot of work has been done by FAmSCo during the last year, now it's important to continue and finalize all this good work.
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** Having several years of direct experience in managing a local community (end users), I'm convinced we can do much more for this particular channel. Having stronger local communities means having more users and, if local communities are well organized, this also means more contributors. Local communities may therefore follow some helpful guidelines.
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** FAmSCo can help to ''reactivate'' inactive ambassadors, our ''evergreen topic''...most of the inactive ambassadors are standalone, they don't contribute to other groups. Ambassadors who contribute also in other teams remain much more active than those who don't.
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=== Questionnaire ===
** The single Regions have much more power (and responsability) than before, organization of budgets and events therefore is becoming very important. FADs are really useful for this purpose, but I think it would be also fine to have a webpage where Fedora users and contributors can easily find events, local communities etc, instead of having a wiki page and 2 websites for the same function. Fedocal is a first step in this direction.
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* '''Question1?'''
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** Answer1
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:02, 28 January 2014

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The nomination period is CLOSED
The nomination period ended at 23:59:59 UTC on January 13, 2014.


The following elections will take place in January 2014:

All dates and times noted are UTC time.

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[edit] FAmSCo elections January 2014

Current members of FamSCo are:

As per the FAmSCo election rules, these members finish their term and their seats are up for re-election:

For the last election, please see FAmSCo NominationsMayJune2013

Candidates must be a member of the Ambassadors group in the Fedora Accounts System. This helps ensure that FAmSCo members have some experience with the processes of Fedora Ambassadors, but still allows relatively new contributors to sit on FAmSCo and bring fresh ideas to the table.

Ambassadors will be following the Fedora election timeline.

You may self-nominate. If you wish to nominate someone else, please consult with that person ahead of time.

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Eligible Voters
Voting eligibility is determined by a community member's Fedora Account System (FAS) memberships.

To vote for FAmSCo you must have cla_done + one other "non-cla" group in FAS.

[edit] Candidate template

[edit] Introduction

  • Please briefly describe your history with Fedora.
  • What are your particular goals related to FAmSCo?


[edit] Questionnaire

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Questions are up!
The community has submitted the questions that it wants you to answer
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Emails sent!
The election wrangler has sent out emails with the questions. Please contact him/her if you haven't received an email yet!
  • How can we improve the management of budgets in all regions?
  • How can we encourage ambassadors from all regions and maintain that strong bond with the community?
  • Could you give us your ideas you have to improve the community?
  • Are you going to work on any plans that make budget transactions handling more transparent? What could be those plans?

[edit] Candidates

[edit] Neville A. Cross - YN1V

Nicaraguan, using fedora since FC4, contributor since 2008, power user, zero programming skills, major in business administration, Amateur Radio.

  • History with Fedora: I am ambassador since 2008, inactive mentor for ambassadors, freemedia coordinator, Fedora Community Credit Card holder, member of FAmSCo twice in the past, organizing release party in Managua since Fedora 11
  • Goals related to FAmSCo: I will like to promote a LATAM way of doing things. More small events to build skills to contribute. Help LATAM to mature so we can participate in meaningful way in events like FLOCK. I like to help bring some success indicators in the use of our budget, beyond blog posts. Find collaborators that are not ambassadors who can share skills and sponsor them to foster grow in our community.

[edit] Truong Anh Tuan (tuanta)

[edit] Introduction

  • History with Fedora:
    • Fedora User since the first Fedora Core released (Red Hat Linux user, before that).
    • Fedora Contributor since 2009.
    • Current FAmSCo member, representative and budget wrangler for APAC.
    • Current Fedora Server Working Group member.
    • Current Community Working Group member.
    • Initialized and maintained the first Fedora mirror in Vietnam: http://virror.hanoilug.org/#fedora since 2009.
    • Organized a lot of Fedora Release Parties around the country since Fedora 11.
    • Founded Fedora Vietnam community with dedicated community website and mailing list since 2010.
    • Fedora package maintainer for three years.
    • Representing Fedora at a lot of FOSS and Tech events.
  • Particular goals related to FAmSCo?
    • Connecting ambassadors among countries and regions and support them to make annual plan and budget more effective.
    • Support local ambassadors to organize and attend Fedora and FOSS events/activities.
    • Growing both the quantity as well as quality of ambassadors an ambassadors work.

[edit] Marcel Ribeiro Dantas (mribeirodantas)

History with Fedora

My first contact with Fedora happened many years ago, back in 2007 when as a speaker I met someone who used to promote Fedora. I have used Fedora on and off ever since but only at the beginning of 2012 I started officially as a contributor. At first, I became an ambassador which led me to organize four F19 Release Parties not only in my city but in other places too. I have been ever since an invited speaker at several events allowing me to have talks about Fedora in 13 events only in the second semester of 2012, in all sort of places in Brazil (plus outside Brazil, remotely).

Apart from my contributions as an ambassador I have also done my best in the localization team, translating Yum and Fedora. Wherever I go, I always try to bring new contributors to Fedora and having watched closely several teams like L10n, Marketing, Ambassadors and Freemedia allowed me to have a good idea of where people may fit in better and contribute the best they can.


Goals related to FAmSCo

  • Supporting the communication of ambassadors worldwide.

LATAM meetings are excellent to make sure people will eventually have to handle with contributors from other countries in LATAM. However, not only language but other aspects limit some contributors from getting in touch with people outside their countries and outside LATAM. People everywhere have lots to learn and lots to teach. Therefore, I believe contributors have much to gain from the experience of meeting new contributors from other locations, sharing experiences and I want to support that not only in LATAM but everywhere.

  • Supporting the presence of Fedora in events/activities

As ambassadors, we're the face of Fedora. Consequently, the presence of not only ambassadors but contributors in FOSS events are essential. Supporting this, I will try to assist contributors to make their budget so that the best can be done with the money, assuring Fedora is efficiently present in as much essential places as it is possible.

  • Fedora Join SIG

New ways to attract contributors to Fedora should always be something to consider. Bringing new contributors is one of the main goals of an ambassador, thus we should always consider thinking of strategies that would make this task more efficient.

  • Support the organization of Fedora events

I have more than 10 years of experience in the organization of national and international events. Release Parties are a great idea and I'd like to work with other ambassadors to create new small Fedora events (or to promote FADs) that would make clear the local presence of Fedora and work as another way to both introduce new people to Fedora and bring new contributors into the project.


[edit] Jon Disnard (masta)

[edit] History with Fedora:

  • Have been using Fedora as my primary OS since ~ 2006, prior to this I was a FreeBSD user and contributor for ~ 10’ish years. In 2012, I decided to come out of the shadows to become active in the Fedora community. Joined the Ambassador group for the North America region, Have been chairing regional NA ambassador meetings, attending tech conferences working booths mostly, and speaking at small local events (LUGs, etc) in and around the Dallas, Texas area. Personally distribute no less than 500 DVD per cycle, usually much much more. Love talking to people and representing Fedora project.
  • Active in the Fedora-arm team. Very passionate about embedded computers of all kinds, and want to see that Fedora has a good future with the emerging Maker/Hacker culture, as well as the mobile stuff, and emerging enterprise hyperscale stuff. This is pretty much my main focus within the project, and I have no problem revealing that my original intent and participation in the ambassadors program was a scheme to go around demonstrating Fedora on ARM.
  • Very proud to say that I was recently selected to join the Fedora release engineering team. Still in training wheels, learning how the Fedora sausage is made so to speak.
  • Also worth mentioning that I was recently selected to join the Fedora.NEXT Base working group as a voting member. My main agenda here is to have closeness to the community and represent all of you in BIG decisions.
  • Lastly I can claim to be a packager, because I own a few, but I’m not very uber in this regard. It was barely worth mentioning, but worth another bullet point. I am planning to accelerate my package ownership, and eventually get into reviewing and helping others get started.

[edit] Goals related to FAmSCo:

  • This last cycle there was nobody representing the North America region in FAmSCo, and that made me sad. So I've decided to nominate myself in the hopes of representing my region. Given the autonomy of the regions, I’m not sure the purpose of FAmSCo anymore, but regardless I’d like to join and be helpful.
  • So I can say that one of my biggest and most heartfelt agendas for myself in the ambassador program is to promote women in computer science, and engineering in general. I’d love to find way to get Fedora more actively involved in these kind of things in my region and around the world. As I’ve said before, I like to demonstrate Fedora on ARM, but I love to do those things toward an audiences of young women and have them come away with happy technical experiences. Anything that engages women in a positive technical way is a huge plus.
  • I’m always looking for ways to introduce Linux to new audiences, with an eye towards capturing future users and hopefully contributors. This means going outside the normal tech conferences, possibly into high schools or universities, or into conferences that are likely to have technical folks, or linux-curious open minds.

EOF




[edit] user 1 (user_1)

[edit] Introduction

  • Please briefly describe your history with Fedora.
  • What are your particular goals related to FAmSCo?


[edit] Questionnaire

  • Question1?
    • Answer1