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You are receiving this email as you are a member of the Gentoo
Foundation Inc. The Foundation is legally obliged to notify its
members of some events. This email contains notifications of
1. The 2011 Trustee Elections
2. The Annual General Meeting
Your membership of the Foundation will continue until you fail to cast
a ballot in two successive Trustee elections or you resign from the
Foundation by sending a gpg signed email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2011 Trustee Election will be held over February and March.
Nominations will be open for a period of four weeks commencing in
February. Voting will take place during a similar period in March.
Exact dates will be notified by the Elections project.
Nominations must be made by posting to email@example.com
Only Foundation members may be nominated.
Only Foundation members may vote. The list of members is
If you are not listed, please contact the trustees.
The new trustees will take their seats as soon as the election results
are published. Trustees serve a two year term and retire by rotation
This year, Matthew Summers (quantumsummers) and Robin H. Johnson
(robbat2) retire by rotation.
Joshua Jackson (tsunam) has also announced his intention to retire both
as a trustee and from his office as Treasurer of the Foundation.
There are thus three seats on the board of trustees to be contested.
Matthew Summers (quantumsummers) and Robin H. Johnson (robbat2) have
both indicated that they will stand for election for a further term.
Both of these candidates are endorsed by the board of trustees.
The Annual General Meeting of the Gentoo Foundation Inc. will be held
on 17th April 2011 in #gentoo-trustees on irc.freenode.net at 1900 UTC.
On behalf of the Gentoo Foundation Inc.
(Neddyseagoon) a member of