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On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 12:20 PM, Florian Effenberger <> wrote:

Hello Sophie,

Sophie Gautier wrote on 2012-02-08 17:48:

 'Fedora Ambassadors are experienced contributors to the Fedora Project
who are responsible for representing, promoting, and expanding the
Fedora Project and its ideals to the larger F/LOSS community and the
public at large.'

that is something we have been looking forward to creating in the
marketing project for a while, so I really like the idea. ;-) Back at OOo,
we had MarCons, and although that system didn't work perfectly, we had
responsibilities defined and contacts for the public. Introducing something
similar at LibreOffice, while at the same time creating some "mentors" by
that, is definitely worth a try!


Florian Effenberger <**>
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I am working for both Fedora and Mozilla.
Mozilla REMO [1] project is much more closer to contributors than Fedora,
and also it has wider contributor base in terms of marketing as none Linux
users also using the Firefox. So, this is applicable to Libo as well.


Danishka Navin

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