Getting Started: Ambassadors Warm-Up Plan
Once you've joined the program, here are 3 activities to get you started as an Ambassador.
Budget Request Process
In some instances, Ambassadors can file a budget request to help fund a specific activity/event they're driving.
Presentation slide decks and templates
Here's a collection (updated regularly) of great slides decks and templates (Google Doc) you can use, re-use and hack at will for your event.
Topics and ideas for talks
If you plan to give a talk or lead a workshop about ONOS or CORD, here's a list of recommended topics and ideas.
Print-collateral and Videos
Skills Development Webinars
Tips for public speaking:
The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) has put together a useful page with great resources on SDN. Very useful for polishing up your knowledge before conference attending/presenting!
Ambassador email alias
Once Ambassadors have officially joined the program, they can request an Ambassador alias (ie. @onos-ambassadors.org and/or @cord-ambassadors.org ). To request your alias, please send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org depending on which domain you want, and specificy what you would like your alias to be. It will be generated for you within 48 hours.
Event Debrief Template
This is a template Ambassadors are encouraged to use to debrief other Ambassadors about an event they attended or an activity they participated in. Just copy/pase this template in an email and fill out each field. See template here.
The official portal of the Ambassadors program can be found here: https://ambassadors.onlab.us . All Ambassadors have a login sent to them once they have joined the program so that they can create/update their profile page and use the Ambassadors Events calendar. For instructions on how to edit your profile and events on the portal, click here.