FAmSCo November 2011

Election Closed voting ended 8 years ago

The elections should ensure continuous involvement of the community in the decision-making process, as well as rotation of membership to have inflow of new ideas and views. FAmSCo members duties include, but are not limited to: decision-making and leadership authority for Fedora Ambassadors and to lesser degree, Fedora Marketing group. FAmSCo members should exhibit strong leadership, commitment, and accountability towards the Ambassadors, and be available to provide advice and help to them. Especially important is recruitment and mentoring of new Ambassadors. All FAmSCo members should be ready to spend considerable amount of time on their FAmSCo responsibilities and to be held accountable for their actions by the Fedora Advisory Board.

More Information about this election

To vote in this election you must be a member of any one of the following groups:

  • ambassadors


Candidate Votes Voters per candidate Average votes per candidate
Christoph Wickert (FAS: cwickert, IRC: cwickert) Elected 615 68 9.04411764706
Neville A. Cross (FAS: yn1v, IRC: yn1v) Elected 591 70 8.44285714286
Igor Soares (FAS: igor, IRC: igorps) Elected 534 62 8.61290322581
Clint Savage (FAS: herlo, IRC: herlo) Elected 439 52 8.44230769231
Zoltan Hoppar (FAS: zoltanh721, IRC: Zoltanh7211) Elected 377 47 8.02127659574
Gerard Braad (FAS: gbraad, IRC: gbraad) Elected 348 48 7.25
Caius Chance (FAS: kaio, IRC: kaio) Elected 339 48 7.0625
Truong Anh Tuan (FAS: tuanta, IRC: tuanta) 287 43 6.67441860465
Shakthi Kannan (FAS: shakthimaan, IRC: mbuf) 243 39 6.23076923077
Buddhika Chandradeepa Kurera (FAS: bckurera, IRC: bckurera) 236 36 6.55555555556
Rejaul Islam (FAS: rejaul, IRC: rejaul) 132 27 4.88888888889

Some statistics about this election

  • The FAmSCo November 2011 election had 7 seats open for election .
  • A total of 104 voters participated in this election, casting 540 votes.
  • The maximum number of votes possible was 1144

Evolution of the number of voters during this election