Kubuntu Council Elections 2012
myriam at kde.org
Fri Jun 1 18:50:11 UTC 2012
On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 10:52 PM, Harald Sitter <apachelogger at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> The Kubuntu Council is a group of 6 Kubuntu Members who get to vote on
> membership of Kubuntu Members and occasionally other decisions regarding
> Half the council is nearing the end of their 2 year appointment so we need
> to hold elections for the open positions to the council. This could be
> you! If you are a Kubuntu Member and are willing to turn up to Kubuntu
> meetings as much as possible for the next couple of years do consider
> putting your name forward.
> We are particularly encouraging non-developers to put their name forward,
> as we feel that a less development focused council is beneficial for
> the Kubuntu community.
> To put your name forward make sure you update your wiki page and then post
> to this list.
> To nominate someone else also write to this list. It might be a good idea
> to first have a chat with the affected person. Please note that everyone
> who was nominated by someone else will have to verify their nomination.
> Closing date for nominations is June 9 at 23:59 UTC.
Anyone? I am sure some are scared off this might be a lot of work
(which it is not), but it is also a marvelous way to contribute
without necessarily being a developer.
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