|The elections process for the Fedora 31 cycle has begun. See the schedule below for key dates.|
Fedora has several elected bodies that regularly conduct elections every release cycle. In addition, Fedora teams can request one-off elections from the Fedora Program Manager when trying to select new leadership or otherwise reach a decision through a formal voting process.
The following elections will take place after the Fedora 31 release:
All the periods below start at 00:00:00UTC and end at 23:59:59UTC). Dates may change based on the final release date. See the election schedule for authoritative dates.
30 October – 13 November: Selection of questions from Questionnaire
30 October – 13 November: Nomination period
13 November — 20 November: Interviews
31 October — 21 November: Fedora Podcast interviews
20 November: Voting Setup & Validation & Publishing of interviews
21 November – 5 December: Voting period
6 December: Result Announcement
From the set of collected questions for nominees to FESCo (Engineering), Fedora Council, and Mindshare|Mindshare teams, top 3 questions are selected, based on Council decision. The selected questions will be given to each candidate to answer before the voting period begins as part of campaign.
The top 3 selected questions for each team are published in Pagure.
During this period you may self-nominate to open seats. If you wish to nominate someone else, please consult with that person ahead of time. Wiki nomination pages carry additional details about the nominee which the nominee is expected to write.
Nominees are requested to answer the selected questions using a private issue in Pagure. In this way, only the Program Manager and Fedora Action and Impact Coordinator (as election wrangler substitute) are allowed to see these answers.
It is the responsibility of the Program Manager to validate the eligibility of nominees for elections. In compliance with Fedora Council decision #135, nominees not having completed their interviews (as aprivate issue in Pagure]) are excluded from the list of nominees.
The Fedora Elections Guide has information on the voting method used in the Fedora elections and detailed instructions on how to cast your vote.
If you are familiar with the voting process, you may go straight to the elections application to cast your votes.
Eligible Voters Voting eligibility is determined by a community member’s Fedora Account System (FAS) memberships.