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SubjectRe: Linux Foundation Technical Advisory Board Elections and Nomination process
On Sun, Oct 25, 2015 at 5:06 PM, Grant Likely <glikely@secretlab.ca> wrote:
> Final reminder and update:
>
> The TAB elections will be held at 6:00pm tomorrow evening, Monday
> October 26th during the evening booth-crawl and reception in the Park
> Studio room. We will start at 6:00 sharp. Don't be late.
>
> Agenda:
> 1) Welcome and brief summary of what the TAB does
> 2) Questions
> 3) Last call for nominations
> 4) Candidate statements. Candidates will each have 1 minute to make a
> brief statement. Candidates who are unable to attend can provide a
> written statement to be read out.
> 5) Review of polling procedure
> 6) Polling
>
> The doors to the room will be closed at the start of polling. You must
> be in the room by that time if you intend to cast a ballot. Polling
> will be conducted by secret paper ballot and a privacy shield will be
> provided. Voters must exit the room after casting their ballot.
>
> Counting shall be performed by 2 or 3 neutral people after polling has
> completed. Results will be provided by email to the mailing lists
> later that same evening.
>
> Currently we have 15 candidates for 5 seats. The current nominations
> are (in alphabetical order):
> Kees Cook
> Jon Corbet
> Thomas Gleixner
> Stephen Hemminger
> Olof Johansson
> Shuah Khan
> Greg Kroah-Hartman
> Kurt H Maier
> Steven Rostedt
> Dave Taht
> Josh Triplett
> Theodore Ts'o
> Sage Weil
> Dan Williams
> Rafael Wysocki

and Andy Lutomirski makes 16.

That's it. Any nominations received after this point will not make it
onto the pre-printed ballot. (Nominations are still open. There are
blank spaces on the ballot for writing in other names)

g.


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