The 2010 elections for the board of directors for PostgreSQL Europe is
now entering it's first active phase, which is the nomination phase.
From today until May 2nd, we are open for nominations for the three
board positions being elected this year. For a member to be a
candidate in the elections, he/she must be nominated by one member and
seconded by at least one other. It is possible to nominate yourself.
There is no limit on the number of people you can nominate.
If you wish to nominate somebody other than yourself, we suggest you
contact this person beforehand and ensure that he/she is willing to be
To nominate somebody, send an email to pgeu-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
with the name and e-mail address of the person being nominated. To
second a nomination, just reply to this email and say so.
If you have been nominated and seconded, please send a short
introduction about yourself to elections(at)postgresql(dot)eu - this will be
posted along with all other introductions when the voting phase begins
on May 9th. If this introduction has not been sent in by May 8th, your
candidacy will be considered invalid and dropped from the elections.
For this reason, make sure you have received confirmation (by human)
that this email has arrived, and if it hasn't, contact any of the
current board members to make sure you're not getting incorrectly
dropped. Please do *not* send this introduction to the general list,
just to elections(at)postgresql(dot)eu(dot)
For full details about the election procedures, please see
pgeu-general by date
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