Current Members of the Fedora Council

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  • Elected Representative: Dennis Gilmore (f32-f33)

    Dennis has been involved in Fedora since the begining. Holding various roles. From leading up Alternative Architectures, to leading Release Engineering, contributing to Infrastructure, helping found EPEL, Serving on the Board and Fedora Engineering Steering Committee. He works at Red Hat in the Platform Enablement organisation working on multi-arch.

  • Elected Representative: Aleksandra Fedorova (f33-f34)

  • Engineering Representative: David Cantrell

    David has been involved in the Linux community since the 1997. He first worked on Fedora Core starting with Fedora Core 4 in 2005. He worked on the installation software (anaconda) and related projects for more than 10 years. His current projects focus on developer workflow tools. He is a Fedora Ambassador and a member of the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee.

  • Mindshare Representative: Eduard Lucena (f33-f34)

    Eduard has been involved in Fedora since 2014. He’s a Linux user since 2003 and it’s been part of different groups in the Fedora community like CommOps, Ambassadors, Join and it’s leading the marketing team since 2016. Now he’s working in the creation of a new Spin with i3 as environment and he’s hosting the Fedora Podcast.

  • Diversity Advisor: Justin W. Flory

    Read more about the Fedora Diversity Advisor’s role and current Fedora Diversity Advisor’s biography on the page about this position.

  • Fedora Project Leader: Matthew Miller

    Read more about the Fedora Project Leader’s role and the current FPL’s biography on the page about this position.

  • Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator: Marie Nordin

    Read more about the Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator’s role and the current FCAIC’s biography on the page about this position.

  • Fedora Program Manager: Ben Cotton

    Read more about the Fedora Program Manager’s role and the current FPgM’s biography on the page about this position.

  • Objective Leads:

    • Peter Robinson (Internet of Things)

      Peter is the lead architect for Linux IoT platforms at Red Hat. He’s be at Red Hat over five years and done a number of roles, he’s been an Open Source user and contributor since the mid 1990s, and has wide experience in IT from SME, large Telco/hosting providers and quite a bit in between. He’s been working on IoT for a number of years, with specific interest in agriculture due to growing up on a farm in country Australia.

    • Adam Šamalík (Minimization)

      Open source enthusiast. Senior software engineer with Red Hat working on Fedora. Linux user since 2007, Fedora community member since 2014.

      In Fedora, Adam lead the development of the Fedora Docs site, contributed software architecture design and documentation to the Modularity objective, and represented Fedora community at many events around the world. Minimisation objective lead at present.

      Adam also enjoys automating things with horrible shell scripts, making graphical design, editing videos, and constantly tweaking his personal productivity system.