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This is the nomination page for [[Board/Elections| Fedora Board elections]].
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{{admon/warning|Board Replaced by Council|This document is '''obsolete''' and preserved for historic reasons. As decided by the board on [https://fedorahosted.org/council/ticket/13 2014-09-09] the [[Council|new top-level governance (Fedora Project Council)]] is in effect since 2014-11-26.}}
 
 
In November / December 2009 there are two seats up for election.  The seats open are currently held by Matt Domsch and Bill Nottingham.
 
 
 
== [[User:Mdomsch|Matt Domsch]] (mdomsch) ==
 
* ''' Goal statement''': Fedora defines and exhibits the best in Free and Open Source software development and release practices, government, and inclusion, and serves as a role model for other communities.
 
* '''Past work summary''': Member of the Board since its inception in April 2006.  Member of Fedora Infrastructure.  Fedora [[Infrastructure/Mirroring|Mirror Wrangler]] and author of [http://fedorahosted.org/mirrormanager MirrorManager].  Fedora packaging sponsor, maintaining 25+ packages.  Monthly I rebuild the entire rawhide tree to catch [[FTBFS|Fails to Build From Source]] failures.  I have been actively involved in the development of Red Hat Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Fedora since 1999.
 
* '''Future plans''': Encourage more ways for our millions of users to become active contributors and evangelists.
 
* '''Anything else you want to add''': I speak only for myself, not my employer, unless otherwise noted.  But if you like Dell gear, I'll take credit too. :-)
 
 
 
== Name (IRC nickname) ==
 
 
 
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Board Replaced by Council
This document is obsolete and preserved for historic reasons. As decided by the board on 2014-09-09 the new top-level governance (Fedora Project Council) is in effect since 2014-11-26.