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Re: FESCo elections

On Tue, 2007-06-19 at 19:33 -0700, John Poelstra wrote:
> Brian Pepple said the following on 06/18/2007 08:28 PM Pacific Time:
> > For more information regarding the election, please refer to this:
> > http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Extras/Policy/FESCoElections
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > /B
> > 
> >From the link above:
> "Candidates may be any member of the cvsextras group in the Fedora Accounts System"
> 1) What does "any member" of the cvsextras group mean?  This sentence does not make sense.

The cvsextras group exists inside the Fedora Account System.  It was
originally for people who had access to the extras cvs repository, ie: a
packager contributing to Extras.

Now that Core and Extras are merged all the packagers from Core should
be in cvsextras as well.

> 2) With "Extras" gone, is this group still relevant?
There was talk about renaming it but that hasn't happened yet.  This
group should still include all the packagers contributing to Fedora.
However, it doesn't include non-packagers.

> I do not maintain any packages, but participate in the Fedora.  Can I still run?
Not according to the policy.  I think the policy deserves to be examined
since FESCo is no longer strictly about packaging but about making all
technical decisions WRT Fedora.  I'm undecided whether it should be
updated this close to the election.  Does anyone else have thoughts on

P.S. You _can_ run for the Board.  The Board election is coming up
before the FESCo election and there's currently only one candidate.


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