[Vm-dev] Re: Reminder - Check your Squeak People Email or Sign up
ken at kencausey.com
Wed Jan 16 21:38:45 UTC 2008
Everyone should also start going through the list of People on the
Squeak People site and certifying accounts so that everyone who should
be able to vote can vote when the time comes.
I'm working on a way for people to be able to reset their passwords
through the site, however I can't promise how quickly this will be done.
At least now you can change your password (actually referred to as
passphrase on the site) through the account update page.
On Wed, 2008-01-16 at 14:26 -0500, Ron Teitelbaum wrote:
> Hi all,
> I thought I'd send out a reminder about the Squeak Foundation Board
> Elections. If you would like to vote in the upcoming Squeak Foundation
> Elections, you should check your email address on Squeak People.
> http://people.squeakfoundation.org/ . Please make sure you have access to
> your squeak people account, check that you included your name and that the
> supplied email is correct. If you need help accessing your account please
> let me know.
> You will need access to the email supplied to receive a ballot.
> If you have not signed up for a squeak people account and you would like to
> vote in the election please sign up and then encourage people you know to
> certify you.
> Only Squeak People members that have a certification of Apprentice or higher
> have supplied a real name and a valid email will receive a ballot to vote in
> the election.
> This is only a reminder about Squeak People. We have not set the voting
> schedule. Please stay informed, get involved in the upcoming election and
> remember to please vote.
> Also I'd like to express our thanks to Ken Causey for helping us get the
> tools we needed to better run the election this year. Thanks Ken!
> Happy Squeaking,
> Ron Teitelbaum
> Squeak Elections Team Member
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