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SubjectRe: Linux Foundation Technical Advisory Board Elections
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On Wed, Aug 22, 2007 at 10:22:59AM -0500, James Bottomley wrote:
> The elections for five of the ten members of the Linux Foundation
> Technical Advisory Board[TAB] are held every year, currently the
> election will be at the 2007 Kernel Summit in a BOF session.
> Anyone is eligible to stand for election, simply send your nomination
> to:
> Only people invited to the kernel summit will be there in person (and
> therefore able to vote), but if you cannot attend, your nomination email
> will be read out before the voting begins.
> We currently have Three nominees:
> Arjan van de Ven <>
> Greg Kroah Hartman <>
> Christoph Lameter <>
> The deadline for receiving nominations is up until the BOF where the
> election is held (on the evening of either the 5th or 6th of September.
> Although, please remember if you're not going to be present that things
> go wrong with both networks and mailing lists, so get your nomination in
> early).

I have a reservation about voting for any of the above.
Normally during any process involving votes, there exists some sort
of "why you should vote for me" type statement. Does such a thing
exist for this process ?

Not that I've anything against any of the above candidates, but this
should probably be more than just a popularity contest.


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