Ten Tips for Ubuntu Evangelists (and Advocates)

If you've been following my series of tips, you might have wished for demanded one concise summary that you could send advocates-to-be. Here it is!Enjoy Ubuntu every day, Skip the technical minutia that causes 90% of people to tune you out, Pronounce Ubuntu the same way Nelson Mandela does (oo-boon-too), be Selective when choosing an advocat-ee, Direct people towards their local community instead of trying to be an Ubuntu soloist, Never Compare Ubuntu to "competitors", Know Ubuntu well, Tell interesting stories, Give great demos, andResist the change resistors!---Are you an Ubuntu Advocate (or Evangelist)? The Ubuntu Advocacy Kit is for you: http://www.jonobacon.org/2012/12/14/ubuntu-advocacy-development-kit-packaged/Comments are closed for this post. To comment on any tip you see above, please go to the original tip posting.

If you've been following my series of tips, you might have wished for demanded one concise summary that you could send advocates-to-be. Here it is!

Enjoy Ubuntu every day,
Skip the technical minutia that causes 90% of people to tune you out,
Pronounce Ubuntu the same way Nelson Mandela does (oo-boon-too),
be Selective when choosing an advocat-ee,
Direct people towards their local community instead of trying to be an Ubuntu soloist,
Never Compare Ubuntu to "competitors",
Know Ubuntu well,
Tell interesting stories,
Give great demos, and
Resist the change resistors!
































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Are you an Ubuntu Advocate (or Evangelist)? The Ubuntu Advocacy Kit is for you:
http://www.jonobacon.org/2012/12/14/ubuntu-advocacy-development-kit-pack...


Comments are closed for this post.
To comment on any tip you see above, please go to the original tip posting.

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