Candidate proposals for the Technical Committee positions (6 positions)
are now open and will remain open until 05:59 UTC October 10, 2014.

Candidates for the Technical Committee Positions: Any Foundation
individual member can propose their candidacy for an available,
directly-elected TC seat. [0] (except the seven TC members who were
elected for a one-year seat last April: Thierry Carrez, Jay Pipes,
Vishvananda Ishaya, Michael Still, Jim Blair, Mark McClain, Devananda
van der Veen) [1]

Propose your candidacy by sending an email to the openstack-dev at mailing-list, with the subject: "TC candidacy".
Please start your own thread so we have one thread per candidate. Since
there will be many people voting for folks with whom they might not have
worked, including a platform or statement to help voters make an
informed choice is recommended, though not required.

NEW: In order to help the electorate learn more about the candidates we
have posted a template of questions to which all candidates are
requested to respond. [2]

Anita and I will confirm candidates with an email to the candidate
thread as well as create a link to the confirmed candidate's proposal
email on the wikipage for this election. [1]

The election will be held from October 10 through to 13:00 UTC October
17, 2014. The electorate are the Foundation individual members that are
also committers for one of the official programs projects [3] over the
Icehouse-Juno timeframe (September 26, 2013 06:00 UTC to September 26,
2014 05:59 UTC), as well as the extra-ATCs who are acknowledged by the
TC. [4]

Please see the wikipage for additional details about this election. [1]

If you have any questions please be sure to either voice them on the
mailing list or email Anita or myself [5] or contact Anita or myself on IRC.

Thank you, and I look forward to reading your candidate proposals,

Note the tag for this repo, sept-2014-elections.
[5] Anita: anteaya at anteaya dot info
     Tristan: tristan dot cacqueray at enovance dot com

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