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Re: Planning Post F10 Elections



On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 09:32:15PM +0100, Francesco Ugolini wrote:
> 2008/10/28 Matt Domsch <matt domsch com>:
> > Is the the full list of elections needed in the next 6 months?  Is
> > FDSCo (Documentation) up for election?
> >
> > Concensus seemed to be that all the necessary elections should be run
> > concurrently.  As this is a first-time event for Fedora, I have
> > volunteered to help coordinate them.
> >
> > Given the F10 release schedule, and the desire to begin elections
> > shortly thereafter, the following schedule is proposed:
> >
> > * Now - December 3, 2008: Nominations accepted on respective wiki pages
> > * December 7-20, 2008: Elections
> >
> >
> > You may self-nominate.  If you wish to nominate someone else, please
> > consult with that person ahead of time.  Wiki nomination pages may
> > carry additional details about the nominee which effectively the
> > nominee would write.
> >
> > I would like each of the committee chairs to ensure they have a
> > Nominations page in the wiki ready to accept nominations.  Please link
> > it to this wiki page:
> >
> > https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Elections
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Matt
> 
> In IRC I listened (a month ago) that the election was planned for
> January (due to US presidential), so wasn't it correct?


US Presidential election should be over in about a week, give or take
the lawyers and press coverage.  I don't expect any Fedora
contributors are so involved with those that they couldn't take a few
minutes between now and December 3 to add their name to a nomination
list should they so choose.


> For me, I think it could work, my only doubt is to be able to
> concentrate all the activities someone proposed (IRC meetings and so
> on).

Thanks for bringing that up again.  I'll be happy to try to coordinate
several town-hall style IRC "debates" for each of the various
elections, if people think that would help considerably in trying to
decide whom to vote for.  I personally find most IRC meetings to be
very low bandwidth (e.g. I could get 4x more done in the same time if
not using IRC).  But I'm open to be swayed (and note, it's not really
up to me, I'm just kicking off the conversation).  (moderated)
conference calls and/or VOIP are also possible.

I'd hope we get enough nominations for each elected position that a
healthy debate, IRC or otherwise, would be beneficial to the
electorate. But I don't anticipate needing more than one debate per
elected group, do you?

Thanks,
Matt



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