Individuals who apply for an openSUSE Membership will be able to vote during elections and run for candidacy
Candidates elected to the position will serve a 24-month term. The terms of Gertjan Lettink, Bryan Lunduke and Tomas Chvatal will expire and this is a great opportunity for any member who is interested in helping the project from a seat like this to run and be elected
Members of the openSUSE board help to influence the future direction of the project. Members are encouraged to learn the election process, run for the board or propose a candidate.
The committee for this election is Kostas “warlordfff” Koudaras and Chuck “Terrorpup” Payne.
Only openSUSE members have the right to run for a board seat, except if they are in the Election Committee. To stand for a position in the openSUSE board please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
In the application, candidates should write a short introduction of themselves and a short manifesto/platform/program that addresses a goal statement, applicants past work summary and the candidate’s future plans.
The openSUSE Election Committee extended all current board member terms by one month to carry out the following election schedule:
Phase 0 (Feb. 26 – Mar. 11) Initial
Announcement of the openSUSE Board election for 2018.
Period to apply for an openSUSE membership (in order to vote or candidate).
Phase to stand for a position in the openSUSE Board.
Notification of intent to run, and application for an openSUSE membership close.
Phase 1 (Mar. 12 – Apr. 1) Campaign
Start of 4 week campaign for the candidates before the ballots pen (campaign might be done until ballots close).
Phase 2 (Apr. 2 – Apr. 13) Election
Ballots open: Please cast your vote!
Ballots close (end of phase 2)
Results (Apr. 16)
Announcement of the results
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