A regular meeting of the Python Software Foundation ("PSF") Board of Directors was held over Group Conference Call via phone and Internet Relay Chat beginning at 18:00 CEST/ 12:00 EDT, on September 12 2012. Van Lindberg presided over the meeting. Ewa Jodlowska prepared the minutes.
All votes are reported in the form "Y-N-A" (in favor-Y‚opposed-N‚ abstentions-A; e.g. "5-1-2" means "5 in favor, 1 opposed, and 2 abstentions").
- 1 Attendance
- 2 Minutes of Past Meetings
- 3 Votes Taken Between Meetings
- 4 Votes Taken Over Email
- 5 Treasurer Report
- 6 Progress Reports
- 7 Distinguished Service Award
- 8 Awarded Distinguished Service Award - John Hunter
- 9 Community Service Award - Kenneth Gonsalves
- 10 Community Service Award - Simon Cross
- 11 John Hunter Technical Fellowship Sponsorship
- 12 Kenneth Gonsalves Memorial Sponsorship
- 13 Other Business
- 14 Adjournment
The following members of the Board of Directors (10 of ll) were present at the meeting: Van Lindberg, Marc-Andre Lemburg, David Mertz, Tim Peters, Brian Curtin, Andrew Kuchling, Jessica McKellar, Doug Napoleone, Martin v. Löwis, and Jesse Noller. Also in attendance were Kurt Kaiser (Treasurer) and Ewa Jodlowska (Secretary/Administrator).
The 22 August 2012 Board meeting minutes were voted on and approved.
RESOLVED, that we approve the minutes at http://mail.python.org/mailman/private/psf-board/2012-September/019180.html as representing a true and accurate record of the August 22 2012 meeting.
There were no votes taken between meetings.
There were no votes taken over email.
Treasurer Reports will only be provided every second PSF Board Meeting of the month.
Progress Reports will only be provided every second PSF Board Meeting of the month.
RESOLVED, that the PSF creates a new award, the "Distinguished Service Award", to be given to members of the Python community who have added significant value to the Python ecosystem. Each recipient will receive an award of USD 5,000.
RESOLVED, that the PSF awards the PSF Python Distinguished Service Award posthumously to John Hunter for his significant contributions to Python in the numerics field.
RESOLVED, that the PSF awards the PSF Python Community Service Award posthumously to Kenneth Gonsalves for his significant constributions to furthering the use and awareness for Python in India.
RESOLVED, that the PSF gives a Community Service award to Simon Cross for his code contributions (Genshi and its port to Python 3, among others), for his work with the Cape Town Python Users Group, and his work leading the organization of the first PyCon South Africa.
RESOLVED, that the PSF sponsors the John Hunter Technical Fellowship which is currently being setup by NumFOCUS with an amount of USD 3,500.
RESOLVED, that the PSF sponsors the Kenneth Gonsalves Memorial setup by the IPSS (Indian Python Software Society) with an amount of USD 3,500.
The PSF Board has agreed to not provide a Grant Proposal for/by Shah Samarth P.
Van Lindberg adjourned the meeting at 19:00 CEST/ 13:00 EDT.