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From shath...@e-z.net
Subject Re: Apache Ambassadors
Date Sun, 07 Jul 2013 01:30:54 GMT
FYI:

At most of the meetings I attend, T-shirts are not proper attire.

I do, however, print business cards with the Apache Feather
and Apache Software Foundation logo, and include my name
and email address on these cards.

Many of the students and professionals I meet are quite
interested in Apache and anything that is managed open source.

Sincerely,
Steven J. Hathaway
XALAN-PMC
<shathaway@a.o>

> On 1 July 2013 18:34, Rich Bowen <rbowen@rcbowen.com> wrote:
>
>> On 06/25/2013 08:42 AM, Rich Bowen wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> I'd like to do some things to make it easier for our members and
>>> committers to be ambassadors for Apache, and I'd like to propose a
>>> concrete
>>> step, inspired by Roy, from a thread on another list.
>>>
>>> (Eventually it might be fun to have an official Apache Ambassadors
>>> program, which, like the other AA, is a 12 step program. However, I've
>>> only
>>> figured out steps one and two: 1) Be Shane (which he's already doing),
>>> and
>>> 2) Be like Shane (which encompasses many of the other steps.) )
>>>
>>> Anyways, here's the concrete suggestion:
>>>
>>> Design and print t-shirts for our committers that plan to attend any
>>> event, containing a word cloud or artistic rendering of project names
>>> within the outline of a huge feather and underlined with a specific
>>> message
>>> that we want to convey ... like "I volunteer at Apache / ask me how".
>>>
>>>
>>
>> How's this for a start:
>>
>> http://drbacchus.com/projects.**html
>> <http://drbacchus.com/projects.html>
>>
> +1 I like it. I would think a more rounded figure in both ends might be
> more balanced.
>
> rgds
> jan I.
>
>
>>
>> --
>> Rich Bowen
>> rbowen@rcbowen.com
>> Shosholoza
>>
>>
>



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