Kubuntu Council Elections 2013 - Nominations Closed
valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com
Thu May 2 08:22:32 UTC 2013
Hi Howard -- how about asking us questions in email? An IRC meeting
sounds fine to me too, but many list members aren't on IRC. I'll try
installing mumble again, and see if I have better luck in 13.04 than I
did in 12.10.
All the best,
On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 11:23 PM, Ho Wan Chan <smartboyhw at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Kubuntu Council members, election candidates and fellow Kubuntu
> I seem to have some difficulty in considering who to vote for (or, since we
> are having 4 candidates for 3 Kubuntu Council seats, who not to vote for),
> since all 4 candidates are well-established members in Ubuntu, Kubuntu and
> KDE communities. All 4 of them have been doing substantial tasks for
> Kubuntu. And I'm the newest Kubuntu Member. That makes the voting rather,
> erm, complicated.
> I have some sort of an idea: Should we hold some "election forum"? It can be
> either in IRC or Mumble. Each candidate introduces themselves, then gets
> asked questions by other Kubuntu Members and Users. This, I think, makes the
> election a more informed one.
> I don't mind if you all disagree, but I might have to consider drawing lots
> for voting :) I would like to invite all Kubuntu Members to consider this
> Finally, a thank you to the 4 candidates who are running for this election,
> and I sincerely hope you can be elected to become the leaders of Kubuntu.
> Best wishes,
> Howard Chan (smartboyhw)
> Kubuntu Member
> P.S. Please CC me in every mail you sent, I am only subscribed to the
> Kubuntu Development Mailing List, not the Kubuntu Users Mailing List.
> On 2013-5-2 上午10:11, "Scott Kitterman" <ubuntu at kitterman.com> wrote:
>> No additional nominees appeared after my second call and the nomination
>> has now closed. The nominees I have recorded are:
>> David Wonderly (Darkwing)
>> Valorie Zimmerman (valorie)
>> Philip Muskovac (yofel)
>> Rohan Garg (shadeslayer)
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