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Elections and FLSCo



Dimitris wrote a very informative blog post about FLSCo and what it
does:

http://dimitris.glezos.com/weblog/2008/11/19/flsco-elections-f10-coming-up/

Serving as a steering committee member requires only about 1-2 hours a
week.  It's a good way to make connections throughout the Fedora Project
and make a difference for hundreds of your fellow contributors.  FLSCo
has three (3) seats open this election and I encourage anyone who's got
any interest to run.  If you know someone in the L10N project who you
think already has what it takes, maybe you should nominate him or her!

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N/SteeringCommittee/Nominations 

Over this release, FLSCo members helped solve problems with our overall
release schedule, and that of Docs and the L10N teams.  They also helped
identify other issues that we can tackle together after the Fedora 10
release.  It's through this extra bit of effort that Fedora can continue
to steadily improve and show the way for free software communities
everywhere.  I'd like to thank all of you for your hard localization
work and again, I encourage you to look at FLSCo not as more work, but a
chance to slightly augment the work you're already doing in a way that
helps all translators everywhere, and the Fedora Project in general.

-- 
Paul W. Frields
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