The Fedora 32 election cycle has concluded. Here are the results for each election. Congratulations to the winning candidates, and thank you all candidates for running in this election!
One Council seat was open this election. A total of 267 ballots were cast, meaning a candidate could accumulate up to 1068 votes (267 * 4).
|303||Alberto Rodriguez Sanchez|
Four FESCo seats were open this election. A total of 273 ballots were cast, meaning a candidate could accumulate up to 2730 votes (273 * 10).
One Mindshare seat was open this election. A total of 220 ballots were cast, meaning a candidate could accumulate up to 880 votes (220 * 4).
The Fedora 32 election cycle continued a general upward trend in engagement. Both the Council and Mindshare elections set all-time highs in votes cast, and the FESCo election tied the previous election for third-highest.
All three elections saw an increase in candidates over the last few elections. Mindshare saw the its highest candidate count since the first Mindshare election in Fedora 27. Council had its highest candidate count since Fedora 29. FESCo tied Fedora 29 for the highest candidate count.
Due to the datacenter move, the Badges system was down during part of the voting period. If you were not able to receive the badge, please open an issue on the fedora-project-schedule repo. I will grant missing badges manually.