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Re: FESCo elections

On Mon, 2007-06-25 at 09:10 -0700, Karsten Wade wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-06-25 at 11:09 -0400, Brian Pepple wrote:
> > 
> > Familiarity with the candidate's work, and how they interact with the
> > community?  I wonder how aware people in other aspects of the project
> > are with all the FESCo candidates, if they aren't following the mailing
> > lists, CVS commits, reviews, etc.
> > 
> > For example, I really don't feel qualified voting for candidates in say,
> > the Fedora Artwork team, since I can probably only name one or two
> > people involved there, and that is only due to them blogging about their
> > work there.
> FESCo's charter is clearly larger and affects the entirety of the
> project (all contributors).  This is new, yes, but shouldn't be ignored.
> What is the real risk of someone from another part of the project voting
> on e.g. Artwork's leaders?  Don't all members of the community have say
> as to who these general leaders should be?  Isn't art part of the
> distro, the front face first seen by many, and so forth?

I wonder why people that are that interested in voting for FESCo,
wouldn't be interested in joining up with one of the groups (packaging,
QA, etc) that under the governance of FESCo?  It's not like the bar for
entry is that high for all of them.

Regardless, I think we have a fundamental difference of opinion here,
but I would be willing to have this brought up for a vote at this week's
FESCo meeting if you would like.  If you could give me a proposal for
what you think the requirement for voting would be, I'll add it to this
week's schedule.

Brian Pepple <bpepple fedoraproject org>

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