On 06/19/12 03:49, David Abbott wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 17, 2012 at 4:07 PM, Roy Bamford <roy@...> wrote:
>> The Gentoo Foundation Inc. is preparing for its annual Trustee
>> Elections. The nomination period is four weeks commencing 18 June 2012
>> at 00:00:01 UTC. Nominations close 15 July, 23:59:59 UTC
>> The voting period is four weeks commencing, 20 Jul, 00:00:01. Voting
>> closes 16 Aug 23:59:59
>> The newly elected Trustees take their seats at the end of Annual
>> General Meeting, which will be held on 19 August, in #gentoo-trustees
>> at the customary time of 19:00 UTC
>> Election dates may be varied by the Gentoo Elections project.
>> At the trustees meeting of 20 May 2012, a recording date of 17 June
>> 2012 was set. Simply put, only Foundation members who are members on
>> 17 June can stand or vote in this election.
>> Trustees retire by rotation every two years to ensure there is
>> continuity of the board, this year, NeddySeagoon, robbat2 and dabbot
>> will retire.
>> Outline rules :-
>> : Nominations must be made to the gentoo-nfp mailing list
>> : Anyone can nominate
>> : Nominating yourself is OK
>> : Nominees must be Foundation Members before 18 June
>> : Candidates must accept their nominations on the gentoo-nfp list
>> before voting opens.
>> : Voting is limited to members on the members list before 18 June
>> Questions to email@example.com
>> Keep the election tidy :-
>> Hustings material to gentoo-nfp
>> jmbsvicetto is still short of election officials for this election.
>> Offers of help to firstname.lastname@example.org or #gentoo-elections on
>> Roy Bamford
>> (Neddyseagoon) an member of
> I would like to nominate;
Thanks David. I accept the nomination.
And I think I should nominate you ( dabbott ) just to make things right.