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Re: Planning for Fedora Elections



Matt Domsch wrote:
> On Thu, May 07, 2009 at 11:20:00AM -0500, Matt Domsch wrote:
>> I'd like to start the planning process for the next round of Fedora
>> elections.  These are traditionally held a short time after the
>> release of the Fedora distribution, therefore nominations must begin
>> in the next week or so, culminating in elections in late June and into
>> the first week in July.
>>
>> The first question is: what groups need to participate in the election
>> this round?
>>
> 
> The Board has 3 elected seats open.
> FESCo has 5 elected seats open.
> 
> These are the only two elections I am aware we will run.
> 
> In addition, with no objections raised so far, the Board discussed on
> today's call adjusting the schedule, such that it completes within 30
> days of the release of Fedora 11.  The 4 weeks I had allowed for
> nominations was also considered excessive.  As such, the new schedule
> will be:
> 
> * Nominations are open from 15 May through 29 May. Individuals
>   may provide questions they would like candidates to answer.
> * IRC Town Hall-style discussions with candidates for the various
>   positions will be arranged for 31 May through 6 June. Candidates
>   will be given a set of written questions suggested above, to
>   answer by public email if they wish.
> * The elections will take place 7 June through 22 June. 
> 
> 
> Please see the Elections page [1] for links to each of the nominations
> pages, and where you may add your own questions you would like the
> candidates to present written answers to.  Candidates may answer (or
> not) as they wish, by mail to fedora-advisory-board before the
> election period begins.
> 
Is the fedora 12 name election going to be held at a different time?

-Toshio

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