With the establishment of Jenkins Area meetup (JAMs), the Jenkins community has grown vastly all over the world. This growth has brought together novice, intermediate, to advanced users. Each level of users has a unique need for Jenkins knowledge and there isn’t enough Jenkins ‘educators’.
Jenkins Ambassadors are influential Jenkins enthusiasts who have the passion to share their Jenkins technical expertise with others. Ambassadors help to further the project by helping the community to understand how to use Jenkins and what makes Jenkins powerful.
Goal of this program
- Empower community leaders to talk, write, organize community building activities and or educate others about Jenkins.
- Cultivate the people whose efforts and commitment play an integral part in the growth of the Jenkins platform.
- Develop productive relationships with users and contributors
Benefits to Ambassador
Recognition via jenkins.io
“Ambassador” blog highlighting their accomplishments
Free ticket to Jenkins World, JUC Israel
Staff Ask the Expert booth @ Jenkins World
Free access to certifications
Special Ambassador gift
A badge of honor
This is an annual position
An individual who has fulfilled any two (2) of the following Jenkins related criterias within the last six (6) months:
- Published 3+ blog posts
- Given 3+ public presentations
- Organized 4+ events
- Has 3+ contributors co-sign a nomination highlighting other ways a nominee has contributed to the betterment of the Jenkins project.
Who can nominate an individual?
Jenkins contributor(s)* can nominate individuals(s)
How to nominate someone
Click here for form
Alyssa Tong as the events officer will drive this effort and anyone else interested in joining forces are welcome.
*Contributor is defined as someone who is maintainer of Jenkins plugin(s), and or created commits, changed/merged pull requests.