This is the reply I sent Stephen, I meant to send to the list as well...

On Aug 21, 2012 7:42 PM, "Jayson Rowe" <> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 12:27 PM, Steward, Stephen
> <> wrote:
> > I am a regular user of Fedora and want to contribute. I am a college student
> > majoring in Computer Science. My knowledge of code is not that extensive,
> > but it will get better as the semesters go on. I was looking into the
> > Ambassador Project and thinking about being a Campus Ambassador. Are these
> > things that a full-time college student would be able to handle? If not, are
> > there any other areas that I could contribute?
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> >
> >
> Hi Stephen,
> Welcome! I see you go to Winthrop, awesome. I live in Darlington, SC
> (work in Florence). I am an Ambassador, and the Ambassador project is
> awesome. It's a good starting point, however you may want to get
> involved in some other area first, to get to know some folks and just
> kinda see how Fedora works. One thing you could do, is log into
> #fedora-ambassadors on IRC (freenode) and say hi to everyone (I'm
> jaysonr on freenode). Once you are sure you want to be an ambassador,
> you can follow this process:
> Another possibility is getting involved in some SIG's (Special
> Interest Groups) that center around things you are interested in from
> Fedora yourself (for example, I'm a member of the KDE, Ruby and Xfce
> SIG's). I'm sure you may have seen this already, but here is a section
> on the Fedora website about some of the areas where you can get
> involved:
> You will also want to go ahead and start creating a Wiki page (part of
> becoming an Ambassador anyway), here is mine
> ( and you can look at some
> others as well.
> All of my contact info is on my Wiki page, as well as this e-mail
> address I'm sending from, so feel free to contact me anytime if you'd
> like some guidance.
> Above all, welcome to the Fedora community!