Hello developers,

This is the second call for nominations for the upcoming DMB elections.
The original mail is full quoted below.

We currently do *not* have sufficient nominations to fill all vacant
posts. Please consider nominating yourself if you would be willing to
serve on the board.



On 1 February 2016 at 15:31, Dimitri John Ledkov <x...@ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I regret to inform you that Iain Lane has expressed his wish to resign
> from the Developer Membership Board, after more than five years of
> service. The board and the Ubuntu developer community would like to
> thank Laney for all the hard work he has put into the Developer
> Membership Board. We are especially grateful for the pleora of
> applicants he has mentored and sponsored uploads for. He was last
> re-elected a year ago, however, he is cutting his tenure short and has
> requested for his seat to be including in the upcoming election. A
> formal resignation letter was posted to the Technical Board mailing
> list.
> In response to Iain's move, the remaining original Board member
> St├ęphane Graber is also cutting his term short and vacates his seat
> for the upcoming election. We would like to thank St├ęphane Graber for
> the long 6 years of service on the board!
> In addition to above, we will soon have three vacant Developer
> Membership Board seats as per regular term expiration. Brian Murray,
> Micah Gersten, and Dimitri John Ledkov will reach the end of their
> terms on 2016-03-09.
> This telegraphic message is a call for nominations.
> The DMB is responsible for reviewing and approving new Ubuntu
> developers, meeting for about an hour once a fortnight. Candidates
> should be Ubuntu developers themselves, and should be well qualified
> to evaluate prospective Ubuntu developers and decide when to entrust
> them with developer privileges or to grant them Ubuntu membership
> status.
> The new members will be chosen using Condorcet voting. Members of the
> ubuntu-dev team in Launchpad will be eligible to vote. To ensure that
> you receive a ballot in the initial mail, please add a visible email
> address to your Launchpad profile (although there will be an
> opportunity to receive a ballot after the vote has started if you do
> not wish to do this).
> The term of the new board member will be 2 years. Providing at least
> six valid nominations are received, voting will commence on Monday
> 15th February 2016 and will last for 14 days, ending on Monday 29th
> February 2016. The DMB will confirm the appointments in its next
> meeting thereafter.
> Please send GPG-signed nominations to developer-membership-board at
> lists.ubuntu.com (which is a private mailing list accessible only by
> DMB members) by midnight UTC on Monday 15th February 2016.
> If nominating a developer other than yourself, please confirm that the
> nominee is happy to sit on the board before emailing the DMB.
> Please consider writing a short statement on your wiki page if
> nominated so that others get a better idea of who they are voting for.
> If you include a link to this in your nomination mail or a followup,
> the DMB will share it when the call for votes begins.
> Regards,
> Dimitri.

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