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Re: FESCo elections

On Wed, 2007-06-20 at 21:11 +0200, Patrice Dumas wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 20, 2007 at 08:13:19AM -0500, Josh Boyer wrote:
> > 
> > First, there is no FAB.  FAB stands for "fedora-advisory-board" and is
> > simply a mailing list, not a formal committee.  If you meant the Fedora
> > Ambassadors Steering Committee, that's FAmSco.  Yay for ambiguous
> > acronyms!
> I meant FPB.
> > FESCo still has a responsibility of representing the community.  That is
> > why it is comprised of people from the community, which are elected by
> > the community itself.
> Lately FESCo seems more to be an engineering body. It doesn't means that
> it cannot be elected, but I am not convinced that it really represents
> the community, since it seems that representativeness is done in FPB.
> Although more things are under the responsibility of FESCo it seems to
> me that less is under FESCo control.
> (According to the long thread on f-a-b).

The FPB also has community elected seats.

I'm not sure what from the community you want to be represented, so
without further examples I can't really say which board or committee
should handle that.


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