Re: Official Ballot for 2003 GNOME Foundation Elections



On Fri, 2003-11-21 at 20:59, GNOME Foundation Elections wrote:
> Dear GaŽl Chamoulaud,
> 
> It is with great pleasure that the GNOME Membership Committee is
> announcing the start of the 2003 GNOME Foundation Election voting
> period. Your vote should be received by Friday, December 5th 2003,
> 23:59 UTC.
> 
> This is your ballot for voting in the elections for the GNOME
> Foundation Board of Directors.
> 
> 
> About the elections
> ===================
> 
> As a reminder, more information about the candidates can be found at
> this URL:
> 
>   http://foundation.gnome.org/elections/2003/candidates.html
> 
> Information about the GNOME Foundation is here:
> 
>   http://foundation.gnome.org/
> 
> Also, general discussion of the candidates can be found in the 2003
> November (and possibly December) archives for foundation-list at:
> 
>   http://mail.gnome.org/archives/foundation-list/
> 
> Please take the time to learn about the candidates and their expected
> tasks and aspirations as members of the GNOME Foundation Board.
> 
> 
> Voting instructions
> ===================
> 
> You may vote for up to 11 different candidates. The 11 candidates with
> the most votes will become the new board, subject to a maximum of four
> board members with the same company affiliation. 
> 
> At the end of the voting period, all votes will be posted publicly
> for verification; this is NOT a secret ballot. At that time, please
> verify that your vote was received and counted and alert
> elections gnome org if it was not.
> 
> Concerns or questions about the voting process should be sent to
> elections gnome org  Results will be announced as soon as possible
> after voting closes (most probably on December 8th).
> 
> To vote, send an email to vote gnome org (you can just reply to this
> mail: the '> ' coming from the reply are okay). Your mail should contain
> the following three personalized authentication lines, unmodified:
> 
> Member: GaŽl Chamoulaud
> Member Address: strider freespiders org
> Validation Token: 08223da055b71fd272bb3382fccfecd3
> 
> These three lines allow us to verify that you are a foundation member
> and that your email came from you.
> 
> The remainder of your email should name up to 11 candidates you wish
> to vote for. The order of the names is not relevant. Please include
> both the name and ID number of each candidate exactly as they appear
> below, one candidate per line. Try not to include any text in your
> email other than the three authentication lines followed by the
> candidates you're voting for.
> 
> You shall receive a confirmation for your vote.
> 
> Invalid vote
> ============
> 
> Your ballot will be considered invalid if one of these conditions
> has been violated:
> * there is no member e-mail address
> * the member e-mail address is not the e-mail address this ballot was
> sent to
> * there is no validation token
> * the validation token is not valid
> * there are too many candidates chosen (more than 11)
> * there is no candidate chosen
> * there is a duplicate vote for a candidate
> 
> 
> Your ballot
> ===========

>> DO NOT DELETE THIS <<
Member: GaŽl Chamoulaud
Member Address: strider freespiders org
Validation Token: 08223da055b71fd272bb3382fccfecd3
>> DO NOT DELETE THIS <<
> 
> The candidates are: 
> 
   GLYNN FOSTER (ID# 2)
   LUIS VILLA (ID# 3)
   BILL HANEMAN (ID# 4)
   LESLIE PROCTOR (ID# 5)
   NAT FRIEDMAN (ID# 6)
   JODY GOLDBERG (ID# 7)
   JONATHAN BLANDFORD (ID# 8)
   OWEN TAYLOR (ID# 9)
   DAVE CAMP (ID# 10)
   SRI RAMKRISHNA (ID# 11)
   JEFF WAUGH (ID# 13)
>  
> 
> Deadline
> ========
> 
> Votes will not be accepted after Friday, December 5th 2003, 23:59 UTC,
> so make sure you vote before this time.
> 
> 
> The GNOME Foundation Election & Membership Committee
>  
>   Eric Baudais <baudais kkpsi org>
>   Andy Tai <atai atai org>
>   Ghee Teo <ghee teo sun com>
>   Vincent Untz <vincent vuntz net>
> 




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