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Seeking New Members for the Community Code of Conduct Committee

Posted on 2019-09-17 by PostgreSQL Global Development Group

The PostgreSQL Community Code of Conduct Committee is approaching its first year anniversary. As part of the Community CoC policy, the Committee membership is to be refreshed on an annual basis.

The Code of Conduct Committee is seeking up to two (2) volunteers to serve on the Committee for the coming year, October 1, 2019 - September 30, 2020. The Committee is seeking people who reflect the diversity of the PostgreSQL community, with the goal to have members from multiple countries and varied demographics.

The time commitment for Committee involvement varies, based on internal administrative work and the number of active investigations. We estimate an average of 5 to 10 hours per month, but that could increase if there is an increase in the number of incident reports.

If you are interested, please complete the questionnaire below, and email your responses to the Committee at coc@postgresql.org no later than September 22, 2019, at 11:00 PM AOE. This has been extended from the original deadline.

You can check your local time against AOE at https://time.is/Anywhere_on_Earth

The questionnaire:

  • Your name:
  • Current employer:
  • Current country of residence:

(We ask for employer and residence because one of the goals of the Committee is to have representation from a variety of geographical areas. We also want to avoid a concentration of members from one company.)

  1. What interests you about being on the CoC Committee?
  2. Have you been on another CoC Committee, or had a similar role at another organization? (Prior experience is not required, it's just helpful to know everyone's background.)
  3. What else do you want to tell us about yourself that is helpful for us to know about your potential involvement with the CCoC Committee?

Thank you.

Regards,

Stacey Haysler, Chair, PostgreSQL Community Code of Conduct Committee

Community PostgreSQL Project