OpenStack Governance Elections Spring 2012: Action Item For All Candidates

The OpenStack community is electing its Project Technical Leads and two members of the Project Policy Board. Details are at http://www.openstack.org/blog/2012/02/openstack-governance-elections-spring-2012/. On February 26 the nominations will close and the voting process will start on February 28 and finish on March 3rd.

The list of nominees is at http://etherpad.openstack.org/Spring2012-Nominees. It’s still open. You must register to vote for PPB on http://ppbelectionsregistration.openstack.org/

Before the voting process starts the election committee asks all nominees to create a page on OpenStack wiki and answer three simple questions:

1a. [for PPB] Since the last elections, what areas have you focused on and what contributions have you made in order to improve OpenStack as a whole?

1b. [for PTL] Since the last elections, what areas have you focused on and what contributions have you made in order to improve your project?

2a. [for PPB] What are the most pressing/important issues facing OpenStack as a whole?

2b. [for PTL] What are the most pressing/important issues facing your project?

3. What is your relationship to OpenStack & why is its success important to you and/or your company?

If you’re a candidate, create a wiki page using the template http://wiki.openstack.org/Governance/ElectionsSpring2012/[Firstname_Lastname] and answer those questions there. Feel free to add more content, too. Those pages will be included in the link sent to all voters.

The election committee is made of Stefano Maffulli, Lloyd Dewolf and Dave Nielsen.

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