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Fedora Linux 34 elections results

The Fedora Linux 34 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!

Results

Council

One Council seat was open this election. A total of 226 ballots were cast, meaning a candidate could accumulate up to 678 votes (226 * 3).

# votesCandidate
496Aleksandra Fedorova
333Eduard Lucena
234Damian Tometzki

FESCo

Four FESCo seats were open this election. A total of 241 ballots were cast, meaning a candidate could accumulate up to 1687 votes (241 * 7).

# votesCandidate
1156Neal Gompa
931Stephen Gallagher
804Dan Čermák
771Mohan Boddu
716František Zatloukal
602Robbie Harwood
564Frank Ch. Eigler

Mindshare

One Mindshare seat was open this election. A total of 190 ballots were cast, meaning a candidate could accumulate up to 190 votes (190 * 1).

# votesCandidate
168Onuralp Sezer

Stats

The Fedora Linux 34 election cycle showed a slight uptick in engagement for Council and FESCo.

Voter counts in the Fedora elections

The FESCo and Council elections saw an increase in candidates over the previous cycle while Mindshare had only one candidate.

Candidate counts in Fedora elections

Edited 2021-06-07 at 1730 UTC to correct a misstatement about the number of candidates compared to the previous election.

Council Election: Interview with Damian Tometzki (dtometzki)

This is a part of the Council Elections Interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The voting period starts on Friday, 21 May and closes promptly at 23:59:59 UTC on Thursday, 3 June 2021.

Interview with Damian Tometzki

  • Fedora Account: dtometzki
  • IRC: dtometzki (found in #fedora, #fedora-admin, #fedora-kernel, #fedora-pgm)
  • Fedora User Wiki Page
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Council election: Interview with Eduard Lucena (x3mboy)

This is a part of the Council Elections Interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The voting period starts on Friday, 21 May and closes promptly at 23:59:59 UTC on Thursday, 3 June 2021.

Interview with Eduard Alexander Lucena Mendoza

  • Fedora Account: x3mboy
  • IRC: x3mboy (found in #fedora-podcast, #fedora-mktg, #fedora-design, #fedora-latam, #fedora-meeting)
  • Fedora User Wiki Page
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Council Election: Interview with Aleksandra Fedorova (bookwar)

This is a part of the Council Elections Interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The voting period starts on Friday, 21 May and closes promptly at 23:59:59 UTC on Thursday, 3 June 2021.

Interview with Aleksandra Fedorova

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Fedora 33 elections results

The Fedora 33 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!

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Fedora 33 elections voting now open

Voting in the Fedora 33 elections is now open. Go to the Elections app to cast your vote. Voting closes at 23:59 UTC on Thursday 3 December. Don’t forget to claim your “I Voted” badge when you cast your ballot. Links to candidate interviews are below.

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Council Election: Interview with Tom Callaway (spot)

This is a part of the Council Elections Interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The voting period starts on Thursday, 19 November and closes promptly at 23:59:59 UTC on Thursday, 3 December 2020.

Interview with Tom Callaway

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Council Election: Interview with Till Maas (till)

This is a part of the Council Elections Interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The voting period starts on Thursday, 19 November and closes promptly at 23:59:59 UTC on Thursday, 3 December 2020.

Interview with Till Maas

  • Fedora Account: till
  • IRC: tyll (found in #fedora-devel, #fedora-de, #nm, #nmstate, #systemroles and others)
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Council policy proposal: Policy/process for adding video content to YouTube channel

The Council is putting out a new process to allow community members to publish videos on the official Fedora Project YouTube Channel. The objective behind this proposal is both to encourage more people to contribute and to bring more attention to the channel. The proposal has three parts: the content, the format, the process.

The full proposal is available as fedora-docs#92. By policy, this proposal is open to community discussion for two weeks, after which the Council will begin voting. Discuss this on the council-discuss thread.

Council policy proposal: Community Publishing Platforms

The Fedora Council is considering a new policy to define Community Publishing Platforms. It provides a loose framework of how moderation is handled in cases that involve the Fedora Trademark. The policy as proposed by Justin W. Flory, with edits from the Fedora Council, is found in Fedora-Council/council-docs#67.

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