Hi all,

Just to clarify, and until we publish an actual description of the
process for electing CellML editors, there is a stand-down period of
one year before previous editors become eligible for re-election. So
while many of you are keen for Edmund to continue as editor he is
currently not eligible for re-election. Needless to say, he will
remain involved in the final push to complete the CellML 1.2
specification process.


On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 9:43 AM, David Nickerson
<david.nicker...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As per the inaugural election for the CellML Editorial Board, Edmund
> Crampin's term as editor finishes at the end of this year
> (http://www.cellml.org/community/editorial_board). In preparation for
> the election of a new member of the CellML Editorial Board we are
> soliciting nominations of candidates for CellML Editor for the term
> January 2013 - December 2015. The nomination form is available here:
> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFhQUTd5N29VN2hSbDNDT1dxd0tSQ0E6MQ
> The nomination deadline is 30 December 2012.
> You may nominate anyone (including yourself) that you believe is
> qualified and would act as a good CellML editor. You may describe your
> rationale in the nomination form. You may fill out this form more than
> once, for nominating multiple individuals.
> The current CellML editors will gather the results and create a single
> list of all unique candidates along with the rationales for their
> nominations, then verify with each individual that they accept the
> nomination, and finally issue a call for voting. The voting will take
> place electronically using an online ballot form.
> Cheers,
> David.
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