> Sounds great, Thomas! And I'll promise to report the event/news to
> the local crowd here, I guess it won't make it to the official
> CSnews, so it's better to spread the word. I love the idea and i'll
> definetly follow the news from there. Keep us updated Thomas (I know
> you will ;)
> Sidenote 1: A while ago the Hamburg group decided to become an
> ambassador free city by choice. That's a long tradition, in history
> the free city of Hamburg never accepted a bishop (from the pope) or
> a duke (from the king) - so why accept an ambassador from the LC? I
> for myself hope it will stay this way in Hamburg, but If the topic
> will come up again, a look to the Antwerp model is on the list.
I didn't know there was such a long history behind your actions. Cool!
> Sidenote 2: A global amb told me, the inner circle of CS stopped an
> city amb from doing a poll about his ambassadorship in the local
Well, we're not asking for permission, are we? (As a side note, the
technical defense here is we're electing a "community elected"
ambassador and aren't saying anything about the "official" ones.)
> Cheers to Antwerp,
Cheers to Hamburg the ambassador-free city!