Yes, I should have mentioned, Congress is currently a StackForge project,
but we follow many of the standard timelines and processes.  Sorry if I
caused any confusion.

- Peter

On 9/29/14, 2:28 PM, "Anita Kuno" <ante...@anteaya.info> wrote:

>On 09/29/2014 05:20 PM, Peter Balland wrote:
>> It has been an honor to serve as the interim PTL for the Congress
>>project during Juno.  Due to other commitments I have during the Kilo
>>timeframe, I feel I would not be able to commit the time needed by the
>>growing project.  In my place, I would like to nominate Tim Hinrichs for
>>PTL of Congress.
>> 
>> Tim has been involved in the Congress project since its inception, and
>>has been serving as its chief architect.  He is very active in policy
>>research, code, and community, and has a great strategic vision for the
>>project.
>> 
>> - Peter
>> 
>> 
>> 
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>Note:
>
>Congress is not one of the programs or projects that is currently having
>elections administered by the election process governed by the tc
>charter, just to ensure readers are not confused. They can choose a
>leader as suits the members involved in Congress.
>
>Thanks,
>Anita.
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