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The question collection period has begun
Please post your questions below. The wrangler will collate them and pass them on to the nominees at the end of the collection period. Nominees will answer these questions as part of Fedora Magazine interview. Questions could be moderated to fit Fedora Magazine format. The collection period will close on January 22, 19:00 UTC.

The following elections will take place in January 2015:

All dates and times noted are UTC time.

Please add questions you'd like to see asked to this page.

Candidates, don't post your answers here
Once the questionnaire period is over, the Elections Wrangler will collect the answers and with help from Marketing team, interview for Fedora Magazine will be prepared. Questions will be sent to you in advance and interviews with all candidates will be published the same date (to be fair to all).

FESCo (Engineering)


What is your background in Fedora? What have you worked on and what are you doing now?

Do you think Fedora should be time based or more feature driven distribution? Or compromise?

What are the most pressing issues facing Fedora today (from engineering POV)? What should we do about them?

Care to share a screenshot of your Fedora desktop?

What are your interests and experience outside of Fedora? What of those things will help you in this role?

Anything else voters should know?

How can FESCo do a better job communicating with the rest of the Fedora community, or do you feel that FESCo is already doing well here?

What can you accomplish as part of FESCo that you couldn't accomplish as a contributor to Fedora without sitting on FESCo?

What degree of leeway do you feel that the Working Groups should have to diverge from one another in establishing their own identity?

How would you define the set of criteria for promoting a spin to a product? What about the reverse?

With the advent of Fedora Council now, what do you see as the significance of FESCO in Fedora project?

How "closely" do you, as a member of FESCO, follow the devel mailing list before voting on FESCO meetings? In other words, apart from your own technical qualifications, what is your typical process in arriving at decisions?

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Questions from previous elections can be found here: