Heya :) Bruno Boaventura wrote:
[...] we need to do some things (as you can see on http://live.gnome.org/MembershipCommittee ): 4.3- update the Foundation website (source in git.gnome.org as foundation-web module);
Well, I have updated the site a bit and the current elections are now linked from the main elections page.
The rules.wml needs at least a review.I think I double check the dates mentioned in there but it's crucial that a second pair of eyes looks after then.
There are two paragraphs, which need special attention: The Elections Committee is responsible for counting the votes.I am not aware of any Election Committee yet. If there is none, I'd replaces Elections Committee with Membership Committee.
The 7 candidates who receive the most votes will be elected, except that no more than two/four individuals affiliated with any one corporation may be elected. Should more than four of the top eleven vote-getters be affiliated with the same company, only the four with the most votes will be considered elected. For a full definition of corporate affiliation, see the <a href="../../about/charter/">GNOME Foundation charter</a>.This might need an update due to the new voting mechanism. I'd also include a link to the announcement, that the voting mechanism has changed.
If these issues are resolved and someone else reviewed the site, I'd like it from the elections/2009 index site so that it gets accessible.
Happy Hacking, Tobi
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