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The Nomination period is now over.
Voting begins on 2020-11-19.
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View the full election schedule.
Election dates are available on the schedule page. For more information on the elections, see the program management documentation.


The following elections take place at the end of the Fedora 32 release cycle:

The elected positions cover Fedora's subprojects not under the engineering or outreach banners (Documentation, Translation, etc.), and the community at large. One specific responsibility is to represent the voice of individual contributors to the Fedora project. Each representative will also work on specific goals which she or he brings to the Council as highlighted during the election process.

See the Council docs for more details regarding Council goals and structure.

Council Elections Fedora 31

The following Council member is finishing their term, and the seat is up for re-election:

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Eligible Voters
Voting eligibility is determined by a community member's Fedora Account System (FAS) memberships.
To vote for the Council you must have cla_done in FAS.

A set of questions for nominees is prepared by existing Council members. Nominees are requested to answer the selected questions using private issue in Pagure. In this way only the FPgM and Fedora Action and Impact Coordinator (as election wrangler substitute) are allowed to see these answers. In compliance with Fedora Council decision #135 nominees not having completed their interviews (as a private issue in Pagure) are excluded from the list of nominees.

Candidate Nominations

Please nominate just by Name, IRC nick and FAS account ID.

You may self-nominate. If you wish to nominate someone else, please consult with that person ahead of time.

Name FAS / IRC nick Nominated by Ticket Interview
Alberto Rodríguez Sánchez bt0dotninja / bt0 jflory7 / jwf
Till Maas (He/Him/His) till/tyll himself