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After three years of being the chair of FAmSCo, I’m taking a break from Fedora politics. Since I moved to the Red Hat desktop team, my focus has shifted more in this direction. In Fedora Ambassadors, I’d like to focus more on the “field work” in EMEA. I also maintain a couple of quite popular packages in Copr, and looks like now I don’t have to do an unbundling harakiri to get them to Fedora repositories, so maybe it’s time to finally become a Fedora packager.

I’m absolutely thrilled how many candidates are running for FAmSCo. I was a bit worried that we wouldn’t have enough candidates to do meaningful elections for 7 seats. But I was wrong! It makes me really happy because no matter have well you lead a project, you fail in the end if the project doesn’t raise new leaders who take over after you.