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This page collects information on the Community Council election process for the seats listed below. For more information on why this has to be done, please visit the Community Council web site.
- The election process started: June 2010
- The whole election process is currently: in preparation
- The elections are based on the current council charter: Council Charter (v1.2)
- The election process follows the Community Council Bylaws (Election Process, v1.1)
Representatives to be Elected
The following representatives are going to be elected:
Product Development Representative
- Number of seats: One
- Reason for the election: Successor for John McCreesh who already left the council
- Constituency: Category leads, project leads and co-leads of all OpenOffice.org projects (accepted and incubator) but not from the native-lang category or l10n project.
- Commissary: Christoph Noack
- Observer: Sophie Gautier
- Observer: Mechtilde Stehmann
- Observer: Drew Jensen
Actions and time line ...
| Description of the Action
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| Announcement of elections
| Nomination of the candidates
|| 2010-06-01 ... 2010-06-15, 24:00 UTC
|| Nomination to be done at email@example.com|
| Introduction and discussion on candidates
|| to be defined
| Voting by the constituancy
|| to be defined
| Publishing of the voting results
|| to be defined
Candidates and results for this seat ...
|Picture||Candidate Name||Nomination Mail|| Confirmation Mail
||Introduction Mail|| Voting Result
|| Candidate Name
|| Voting Results
| Product Development Representative
||none yet||none yet||none yet|
Announcement Mail Text
Community Council Elections 2010-06: Announcement and Nomination
Hi everyone, On behalf of the Community Council, I would like to announce the new round of elections for the Council and start the process by asking the OpenOffice.org Community members to nominate those they think would best contribute both to the Council and to OpenOffice.org. You may also nominate yourself. NOMINATION Consider doing that. Or nominate someone you think has been particularly valuable for the project; he or she need not be a developer! This cycle, like the previous ones, is important. OpenOffice.org is ten this year and the eyes of the world are looking upon us with eagerness to see how we work with business, government, education, and individuals. Your voice, your input, your experience is needed to take OpenOffice.org into its next decade. REPRESENTATIVE Several categories of OpenOffice.org contributors make up the Community Council, for a total of ten persons. Those categories cover the breadth of OpenOffice.org and are detailed below. All but one, the permanent Oracle representative (Stefan Taxhet), are elected by community vote. This time, the term of John McCreesh reached its end and his seat Product Development Representative is up for election. On behalf of all, I'd like to thank John for his long and immensely productive contributions to the Community Council! Any community member can be nominated for the seat of the Product Development Representative. Nevertheless, the voting itself will be done by the corresponding constituency – according of your role in the community. The people representing the constituency will receive an email when the voting phase starts. DETAILS The nomination phase will last till 2010-06-15 (24:00 UTC). Please use the mailing list for the Product Development Representative to nominate the community members: firstname.lastname@example.org Nominees, if you agree, then you need to agree to this nomination on the same mailing list within the nomination phase. A commissary will help coordinate the election process, and I'll serve in that role. The observers will be Sophie Gautier, Mechtilde Stehmann and Drew Jensen, as with the last elections. Thanks to both! Details on this election cycle and a link to the current Election Process Bylaws can be found on the dedicated wiki page. This page will be updated continuously to reflect the current status: http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Community_Council/Elections/2010-06 This announcement will be posted to the relevant public lists, as detailed in the Election Process Bylaw: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com. Project leads, please consider to forward this information to your project specific lists! THOUGHTS Again, consider nominating yourself or someone equally interesting. We need energetic contributors who understand, and fully support the OpenOffice.org project and have a sense of its dynamic and potential. The world is changing - we know that - and to make sure it changes for the better, join us on the Community Council. Thank you all! Christoph
- Add "Lessons Learned" section after 2010-03 --> Add general hint for the project leads to all their project members, so everybody is informed accordingly.