ELISA Ambassador Interest Form
Thank you for your interest in becoming an ELISA Ambassador. The main impetus behind forming the ELISA Ambassador Program is to gather a group of technical leaders who are supportive of the mission and goals of the ELISA Project and are willing to be an evangelist on behalf of ELISA.
We’re looking for community members who
- understand safety in general and the basics on the Linux kernel and are able to answer FAQs around ELISA, Linux, and Safety
- are available to present on behalf of ELISA at conferences and events to raise the awareness and impact of ELISA
- are actively engaged in discussions and making contributions valuable to the ELISA and Linux kernel community
First and Last Name
Which languages are you comfortable communicating in:
What are your contribution to the ELISA community thus far?
I am interested in becoming an ELISA Ambassador because:
As an ELISA Ambassador, I would like to pursue:
Speaking opportunities - representing the project at conferences
Speaking opportunities - providing press interviews
Mentoring - helping new community members contribute upstream
Collateral creation - reviewing and contributing to project overview material
Improving project documentation - getting started guides, how-tos, etc.
Translation opportunities - translating key project documents to other languages
Blogging/Writing opportunities - describing new technologies and products using ELISA
elisa.tech website - improving Community section and WG product and roadmap visibility, etc.
Please provide a link to your Github account (if applicable)
Please provide a link to your Twitter handle (if applicable)
Please provide a link to your LinkedIn profile (if applicable)
Please provide a link to your WeChat id (if applicable)
Are you willing for your name, photo, and short bio to be listed on the ELISA website on an Ambassador page?
Please share any other comments, ideas or suggestions you have for the ELISA Project.
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