Dear Ambassador and member of the marketing list,
I have some idea and want know what do you think about this.
The first idea is this:
1) My first idea is to create a site like linuxcounter for people that use
I believe that this idea is good for two reason.
The first reason is that in this way we can counter the user that use Fedora
The second reason,this is a marketing reason, this is a good way which a
Fedora user can distinguished about another GNU/Linux user.I want that
people can undestand the "Fedora way".I want that Fedora User can say:
"I'm a Fedora user, I'm a special person because I use this distro, because
this distro are the best distro and i have have some that distinguish me
from another generic user.I'm Fedora"
I want that people can consider Fedora (the distro,the community and all
around the project) as a way of life.
2)The second idea is this:
I want to create something like a dating site but for Fedora user.
Ok, I explain the idea about the dating site. I want to create a site where
the user can meet other user in real time.
The site can give at all the Fedora user around the world to know other
Fedora user.Can give the possibility to resolv the problem that the newbie
can have and in this way is possible to see that bihind the Fedora Project
there are real people,and not only a mail address.
Ok,can you say me wath do you think about this 2 idea?
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A recent consensus agrees there are separate topics for
fedora-ambassadors-list and fedora-marketing-list.
To keep messages on-topic, we need to stop cross-posting to the two
lists. There is almost no topic that can be on both lists at the same
If a post does not match the topic as defined there, it is off topic and
needs to be posted somewhere else.
I wanted to call this out in particular so people understand why their
post receives a link to PostIsOffTopic. :)
(Non-cross-posted message with a different Subject but similar
topic/wording has been posted to the marketing list)
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