|2014-11-26: Initital approval by the Fedora Project Board (https://pagure.io/Fedora-Council/tickets/issue/13[ticket])|
|2017-04-05: Switched “Outreach” to Mindshare. (https://pagure.io/Fedora-Council/tickets/issue/102[ticket])|
|2017-10-20: Move current membership list and contact info to separate docs.|
|2017-11-15: Update Diversity Advisor to Diversity & Inclusion Team Representative|
|Additionally, the Fedora Project Leader will set aside regular times on IRC to meet with the community. Attendance is not mandatory for all members but is encouraged.|
*Agreement Seeking:* A consensus decision-making process attempts to help everyone get what they need.
|Appointed Leadership Positions|
|As with the objective leads, the next two appointed positions are auxiliary seats. They are intended to have significant positive impact on the project as a whole, but in order to minimize the overall influence of appointed positions vs. those selected by the community, their votes in the consensus process are expected to be related to the scope of the respective role.|
*Collaborative:* Participants contribute to a shared proposal and shape it into a decision that meets the concerns of all group members as much as possible.
|Consensus decision-making aims to be:|
*Cooperative:* Participants in an effective consensus process should strive to reach the best possible decision for the group and all of its members, rather than competing for personal preferences.
*Diversity & Inclusion Team Representative*
|Each objective will be documented with measurable goals, and the objective lead is responsible for coordinating efforts to reach those goals, evaluating and reporting on progress, and working regularly with all relevant groups in Fedora to ensure that progress is made.|
*Egalitarian:* All members of a consensus decision-making body should be afforded, as much as possible, equal input into the process. All members have the opportunity to present, and amend proposals.
|Elections are held twice a year, in concert with the joint Fedora election cycle. One seat is selected at each election, and each position has a two-election (approximately one year) term. No person who currently holds another Council seat can be elected. If a seat becomes vacant, the Council will arrange for a temporary replacement.|