Debian Project Leader Elections
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We are well into the final week of he nomination period for
candidates for the position of the Debian Project Leader.
Nomination period: Feb 7th 00:00:01 UTC -- Feb 28th 00:00:00 UTC
Campaigning period: Feb 28th 00:00:01 UTC -- Mar 20th 00:00:00 UTC
Voting period: Mar 20th 00:00:01 UTC -- Apr 10th 00:00:00 UTC
Prospective leaders should be familiar with the constitution,
but, just to review: there's a three week period when interested
developers nominate themselves, followed by a three week period with
no nominations [intended for campaigning], followed by three weeks
for the election itself.
Please make sure that nominations are sent to (or cc:'d to)
debian-vote, and are cryptographically signed.
I intend to collect platform statements from the candidates,
and publish them on a known location (somewhere under
www.debian.org/vote) at the end of the nomination period and the
beginning of the campaign.
I suggest that the candidates send the platform, preferably in
HTML/SGML, to the secretary at least a couple of days before the
This should give the candidates enough time to craft their
platforms, I should think. The format of the web page is open to
discussion, but I suggest there be at least three sections:
b) Major Goal/ Meat of the platform,
After the publication, there share be a one week period for
each candidate to create a rebuttal, and the rebuttals shall be
published on Mar 7th, 2004.
In the past, we have conducted DPL debates on a special IRC
channel set up for the purpose. Perhaps we should set up one this
year as well. The time to do so would be after the rebuttals have
been posted by the candidates, and the campaigns have been well
established, and people have had time to think up questions.
Speaking of the debate, I would like to invite people to be
panelists for the IRC debate (to be held on dpl2004.oftc.net). The
debate should be held on IRC after the rebuttals are posted, and
before the voting starts, at the convenience of the candidates, and
the panelists (which kinda puts it roughly at the end of February, I
David B. Harris has kindly agreed to chair the debate
(#debian-dpl-debate shall be moderated, #debian-dpl-discuss won't
be). Please contact him directly if you wish to serve on the panel,
from this point on he is the person in charge of the DPL debate.
"Old age and treachery will beat youth and skill every time." a coffee cup
Debian Project Secretary <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/vote/>
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