Ambassador status discussion

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This page documents the frequently held discussion about status of Ambassadors (active vs. non-active).

Community discussion and FAmSCo position

This long and complex discussion was discussed many times in the list during the last 2 years.

After the last time that this discussion was started, and some solutions were porposed ( see to read some of [https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-ambassadors-list/2009-February/msg00279.html them), FAmSCo took a position over this issue.

Here is the statment:

Your voice is a real precious one and FAmSCo is really interested inknowing what you think about this topic and the other interesting connected discussions.

This discussion clearly show us the different POVs that each person has. For a variety of reason everyone here explained clearly and with good argumentations his/her reasons: this demonstrated how deep is your interest in the project and the real passion you have.

Now it's time to take a decision, the most reasonable and the best one for the project but, firstly, for all Ambassadors, especially the active ones.

FAmSCo had a discussion during its last meeting and in its list, finally we all agreed to work on a clean up of the wiki page, as described in the first mail on this thread [1]. Also, we will stay in touch with Local Contacts and, absolutely, with the community, tracking the evolution of all the concerns moved and, if needed, taking action on those one.

I think this discussion helped each other to face one of the most complicated and difficult discussion, your words were as useful as precious for the future of this project (even if you couldn't see the effects in the short time).

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-ambassadors-list/2009-February/msg00279.html