The annual Debian Project Leader (DPL) race may be getting a little less exciting, with incumbent DPL Jonathan Carter running for the fourth time and the only candidate this year. DPL elections use the Condorcet voting method. Voters rank candidates or candidate items according to their preferences, for example, write “1” for the first preference, “2” for the second preference, and so on. This method compares each option against all other options in pairs, one at a time, and the option that beats all the other options is the winner. As long as an option ranks higher than another on the majority of votes, it beats that option. Jonathan Carter announced his campaign platform, mainly to find problems to solve, make the Debian project more friendly.