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Debian Project Leader Elections 2011: Call for nominations

According to the constitution (5.2. Appointment), project
leader elections should begin “six weeks before the leadership
post becomes vacant, or (if it is too late already) immediately.”

The new project leader term starts on Sunday the 17th of April,
2011. The time line looks like:

| Period | Start | End |
|————+————————–+—————————-|
| Nomination | Saturday, March 5th, 2011 | Friday, March 11th, 2011 |
| Campaign | Saturday, March 12th, 2011 | Friday, April 1st, 2011 |
| Vote | Saturday, April 2th, 2011 | Friday, April 15th, 2011 |

Prospective leaders should be familiar with the constitution, but
just to review: there’s a one week period when interested
developers can nominate themselves and announce their platform,
followed by a three week period intended for campaigning, followed
by two weeks for the election itself.

I intend to collect platform statements from the candidates, and
publish them at http://www.debian.org/vote/2011/platforms/ at the
end of the nomination period, which means around March 12th.

I suggest that the candidates send the platform, preferably in
HTML, to the secretary at least a couple of days before the
publication date.

The format of the web page is open to discussion, but I suggest
there be at least three sections:
- Introduction / Biography
- Major Goal / Meat of the platform
- Rebuttal.

The candidates can make a rebuttal. I would like to receive them
in the first week of the campaign period, so I can publish them
around March 19th.

Details and results for the vote will be published at:

http://www.debian.org/vote/2011/vote_001

Please make sure that nominations are sent to (or cc:’d to)
debian-vote, and are cryptographically signed.

Kurt Roeckx
Debian Project Secretary

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