Linux, musical road-dogging, and daily life by Paul W. Frields
Elections are open.

Elections are open.

During the next week, Fedora contributors will vote for open seats on both the Fedora Project Board and the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee (FESCo). The polls are now open for both elections through the Fedora Election System. (Remember to login or you won’t see the voting link for an election.) The elections will close on Wednesday, 2010-05-26 at UTC 23:59.

If you aren’t familiar with how the system works, check out the Fedora Elections Guide. I also encourage Fedora community members to review the logs from our Town Hall meetings, where the candidates talked openly about their goals and viewpoints. Get informed, and then vote appropriately.

I thanked our election volunteers previously, but I also wanted to say a quick thanks to Mike McGrath and Mark Chappell on the Fedora Infrastructure team, who both ensured that the elections were set up properly and ready for business. Mark is actually working on application upgrades and better usability,which I hope we’ll be able to use in the next regular election cycle. It’s great to see a contributor jumping in to make a difference and improve the systems we use regularly.

Enough of my yakkin’, whaddya say? Let’s boogie. Go vote!

Quick links: (Board election)  (FESCo election)