[squeak-dev] Fwd: Squeak Oversight Board Election 2018
nicolas.cellier.aka.nice at gmail.com
Fri Jan 12 22:08:20 UTC 2018
I'm glad to announce that I will run again this year.
The board power is limited by the amount of $ that it is handling.
So don't expect big plan$ from myself, I drive a tiny part of my own
manpower, the rest is already sold.
I wish I can continue to support opensmalltalk-vm, but this is in fact
quite independent from board participation.
Nonetheless, I have some ideals that could fit board membership:
- keep our community open and welcoming,
avoid rotting contributions in the inbox, instead provide help, advice
(that could occupy part of board technical discussions)
don't hesitate to elect new core contributors
- support evolution of our image, cleaning / packaging / tooling with a
great care for backward compatibility and smooth evolution
(that's already a good part of board technical discussions)
- build a peaceful relationship with Pharo, like initiated by
if possible, keep Squeak<->Pharo bridges open for code exchange (which is
a bit challenging with git switch)
- keep an interest in Cuis too, Juan still is active and inspired (and not
I've not been the most active member last year, nor am I a natural leader,
but I will be happy to serve again.
Anyway I must run again, so that we have at least 8 candidates for 7 places!
But there's no reason to stop here, you don't have to wait half a century
or more like some of us did for stepping in :)
The board is warm and friendly.
2018-01-12 16:45 GMT+01:00 Ron Teitelbaum <ron at usmedrec.com>:
> Hi All,
> Thank you to everyone that has served on the Squeak Oversight Board in the
> past and for all of you that are running to serve this year.
> We currently have 7 candidates for 7 seats.
> Marcel Taeumel
> Bert Freudenberg
> Tim Rowledge
> Eliot Miranda
> Jecel Assumpcao Jr.
> David T. Lewis
> Craig Latta
> Please don't let this keep you from entering the race. Consider running
> yourself or I would encourage you to continue to find others and encourage
> them to run for the board!
> We love having more than 7 candidates!
> Now a little about voting. If you are not on the voter list now is the
> time to get on it. If you are part of this community, even if you just
> read the list and use Squeak, you too can vote. Send me a letter telling
> me why you want to vote, or get a Squeaker to contact me and I'll add you.
> Also if your email has changed or if you didn't get a ballot last year
> please let me know.
> You can reach me at voters at squeak.org or send me a direct email.
> All the best,
> Ron Teitelbaum
> On Wed, Jan 10, 2018 at 4:21 PM, Craig Latta <craig at blackpagedigital.com>
>> Hi all--
>> I'd like to serve on the Squeak Oversight Board again this year.
>> I'm encouraged by livecoding experiments I've done combining Bert's
>> SqueakJS with several web frameworks (see thiscontext.com), and would
>> like to push that further with other interested folks. I think such
>> efforts are useful for navigating and crossing into the development
>> worlds around us, discovering new application areas for us. I'm also
>> excited by the 2018 interests of the other candidates, and would love to
>> join them.
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