Originally published at: Fedora Linux 35 election results – Fedora Community Blog
The Fedora Linux 35 election cycle has concluded. Here are the results for each election. Congratulations to the winning candidates, and thank you all candidates for running in this election! I am out of the office on Friday, so I’ll make the appropriate documentation and permissions updates on Monday.
One Council seat was open this election. A total of 252 ballots were cast, meaning a candidate could accumulate up to 756 votes (252 * 3).
Five FESCo seats were open this election. A total of 260 ballots were cast, meaning a candidate could accumulate up to 1820 votes (260 * 7).
Tom Stellard is elected to half a term to fill the seat vacated by Dan Čermák.
One Mindshare seat was open this election. A total of 219 ballots were cast, meaning a candidate could accumulate up to 657 votes (219 *3).
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The Fedora Linux 35 election cycle showed a near-record engagement for all three bodies.
The FESCo and Council elections saw the same amount of candidates as previous cycle while Mindshare had three candidates—the largest count since the initial election.