The Campaign period of Elections for the Fedora Council and Fedora
Engineering Steering Committee (FESCo) are now over. As of this morning,
voting is now open.
== Candidate Interviews ==
There is one seat open on the Fedora Council (contested by two
candidates) and four seats open on FESCo (contested by five candidates).
Most candidates have published their platforms and answered questions
from the official Questionnaire form on the Community Blog.
For your convenience, you can read this post, which lists all of the
candidates and links to their interview (if applicable).
Please take a moment to review the post as you prepare to vote.
== Eligibility ==
Both the Fedora Council and FESCo have different eligibility requirements.
* Fedora Council: Requires Fedora account (FAS), signed the CLA agreement
* FESCo: Requires Fedora account, signed the CLA agreement, member of
one other "non-CLA" group in FAS
Voting takes place in the Elections application:
== Voting ends: 2016 July 25, 23:59 UTC ==
Voting ends promptly on Monday, July 25, 2016, at 23:59 UTC. Voting will
then close and candidates will be announced thereafter.
For more information about the voting process, you can review the wiki
page for Fedora Elections.
Best of luck to all candidates running! For all voters, make sure you do
get your vote in and participate in helping elect members of Fedora's
Justin W. Flory