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From: "Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto" <jmbsvicetto@g.o>
To: Gentoo NFP <gentoo-nfp@l.g.o>
Cc: gentoo-dev-announce@l.g.o, Gentoo Trustees <trustees@g.o>
Subject: [gentoo-dev-announce] Foundation 2011 election - voting open until Friday 20110408 2359UTC
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 05:36:21
On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 9:15 PM, Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto
<jmbsvicetto@g.o> wrote:
> Dear Gentoo Foundation members, > > We've come again to that time of the year when we need to cast our > votes for the Foundation. The Gentoo Foundation[2] is now opening an > election to fill the 2 seats in the Trustees that have reached the end > of their 2 years term, Mathew Summers (quantumsummers) and Robin H. > Johnson (robbat2), and for the seat filled by Joshua Jackson (tsunam) > as he has announced his retirement from the Trustees. > >  [1] - >  [2] - > > The nomination period starts tomorrow, 20110211 0000UTC and lasts > until Thursday 20110310 2359 UTC. The election polls will be open from > Saturday 20110312 0000UTC to Friday 20110408 2359UTC. The elected > trustees will start their term after the results are published and > before their first meeting on April 17th.
With my apologies for the tardiness, the elections team announces that the voting has already started for this election. As announced, the voting will remain open until Friday 20110408 2359UTC.
> The election officials for this election will be Patrick Lauer[3], > Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto[4] and Alec Warner[5]. All officials will > keep a daily presence in #gentoo-trustees and #gentoo-elections for > the duration of the election. You can reach all the officials for this > election at the elections[6] alias. > The election officials will publish a page with all information about > this election that will be available from the Foundation Archives[7]. > >  [3] - patrick@g.o >  [4] - jmbsvicetto@g.o >  [5] - antarus@g.o >  [6] - elections@g.o >  [7] -
Please pay attention to the method to vote for this election.
> If you're a current Gentoo Developer, to cast your vote for this > election you need to login to and run the following > commands, in the specified order. > >   * votify --new trustees-201102 - This creates a new ballot in your homedir. >   * Edit the .ballot-trustees-201102 file and rank the candidates in > the desired order of preference. >   * Once you're sure, run votify --verify trustees-201102 to check > the validity of the ballot. >   * If that goes through fine, the next and final step is to submit > your vote using votify --submit trustees-201102 >   * In case you're stuck, detailed help can be accessed by using > votify --help or feel free to drop by #gentoo-elections on IRC. If you > think you are eligible to vote, but cannot, please contact one of the officials. >   * Grab a beer, have fun, sit back and enjoy the show ... till we > announce the results  ;) > > If you're not a current Gentoo Developer, please send your ballot to > the officials[6] alias and don't forget to sign the email with your > gpg key on record in the Foundation member list[10]. > > I'd like to take this chance to warn all foundation members that since > the last Foundation Bylaws update, any member of the Foundation loses > his membership after not voting for 2 consecutive Foundation > elections. This means that any members that joined the Foundation > before the 2009 election and that didn't vote for that election will > lose their membership if they don't vote in this election. > If you have any doubts about this point, please contact the Trustees > or the election officials. > > If you have any doubts about the election or any corrections to the > page and lists, contact the election officials. > > For the election officials, > > --- > Regards, > > Jorge Vicetto (jmbsvicetto) - jmbsvicetto at gentoo dot org > Gentoo- forums / Userrel / Devrel / KDE / Elections
For the election officials, --- Regards, Jorge Vicetto (jmbsvicetto) - jmbsvicetto at gentoo dot org Gentoo- forums / Userrel / Devrel / KDE / Elections