cworth at cworth.org
Thu Feb 5 12:28:59 PST 2009
On Tue, 2009-01-27 at 17:03 -0800, Donnie Berkholz wrote:
> On 16:37 Tue 27 Jan , Carl Worth wrote:
> I am concerned whether there are enough good nominees for the open
> slots. One way of dealing with this is an open nominations process,
> where I can see who's been nominated and who's accepted *before*
> nominations close. I'd like to know why the process is kept closed and
> whether there is some other way of addressing my concern, if there is
> some compelling reason to keep it closed.
That's an excellent point, Donnie, thanks for raising it.
I hadn't meant to drop the xorg mailing list from my original reply, but
here's the conclusion we came to in the discussion. The X.org board
agreed to publish the names of nominees in a timely fashion after they
have accepted a nomination by sending in a position statement.
So, the following three nominees have accepted and their names will
appear on the ballot:
Donnie Berkholz <dberkholz at gentoo.org>
Alan Coopersmith <alan.coopersmith at sun.com>
Bart Massey <bart at cs.pdx.edu>
The nomination period is now closed, so no new nominations will be
accepted. But there's still time for people who were already nominated
to accept the nomination by sending a position statement to:
elections at x.org
In particular, any individuals who nominated themselves need to send in
a position statement before next Monday, (February 9), if they still
want their name to appear on the ballot.
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