Recently Marie Nordin, Matthew Miller, and Ben Cotton reached out to me
about the current disposition of the Fedora
Project's Twitter account, @fedora, in my capacity as upstream social media
advisor in Red Hat's Open Source Program Office.
At this time, it seems that the account is not being regularly maintained,
though the three people above and others have taken turns to keep content
going. In my capacity as an advisor, I have put together a document that
outlines my suggestions on moving the account forward. I would love an
opportunity to discuss how I can help your committee implement these ideas,
and create new ideas and policies!
Manager, Community Insights
Open Source Program Office
Red Hat <https://www.redhat.com/>
@redhatopen <https://twitter.com/redhatopen> Red Hat
<https://www.linkedin.com/company/red-hat> Red Hat Community
The elections for the Fedora Linux 35 cycle have completed.
## Fedora Council
Tom Callaway is re-elected to the Fedora Council
## Fedora Engineering Steering Committee (FESCo)
The following candidates are elected to FESCo:
* Miro Hrončok
* Kevin Fenzi
* Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek
* Fabio Valentini
* David Cantrell
Additionally, Tom Stellard is elected to a half-term to fill the seat
vacated by Dan Čermák.
## Fedora Mindshare Committee
Till Maas is re-elected to the Fedora Mindshare Committee.
Congratulations to all those elected and thank you to the candidates
and voters. I am out of the office on Friday, so I'll make the
appropriate documentation and permissions updates on Monday.
For more details, visit the Community Blog post:
He / Him / His
Fedora Program Manager