We get some requests about creating new teams, changing coordinators, dealing with maintainers, transifex… The ones really able to take actions are the FLSCo members, right?
We didn't have any election since Spring 2008 (Fedora 9), and I can read "From time to time, at least once every 3 Fedora releases, the entire membership of FLSCo will stand for re-election". You've done lots of work, but there is more do to. There will always be. If it's fine for you, that works.
Spending lots of time helping new translators and maintainers, I think that I could help the FLP more by joining the FLSCo. This is more a request than an application as what I am actually doing does not need really need an official status (yeah translators, you could help us all!). I am actually one of the Fedora Project maintainers at transifex.net, but don't think that I should approve/cancel new team creation for example. I also try not to do too much, as people start referring to me for really specific questions, that IMHO only rely to the FLSCo (like team creation, changing teams coordinator…)
What's your opinion? I am sure many translators don't even know that we have a steering committee.