On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 1:24 PM Ben Cotton <bcotton(a)redhat.com> wrote:
FESCo agreed today that I am tasked with starting an open
discussion on the questions and collecting feedback for them to
Based on the feedback in this thread and the discussion in FESCo
#2394, I will submit the following questions to FESCo for approval
as the official FESCo candidate questionnaire for the Fedora 32
1. Why do you want to be a member of FESCo?
2. How do you currently contribute to Fedora? How does that
contribution benefit the community?
3. How should we handle cases where Fedora's and Red Hat Enterprise
Linux's needs are at odds?
For reference, the questions used in previous election cycles are:
* Describe some of the important technical issues you foresee
affecting the Fedora community. What insight do you bring to these
* What objectives or goals should FESCo focus on to help keep Fedora
on the cutting edge of open source development?
* What are the areas of the distribution and our processes that, in
your opinion, need improvement the most? Do you have any ideas how
FESCo would be able to help in those “trouble spots”?
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