|Title:||January 2019 steering council election|
|Author:||Nathaniel J. Smith <njs at pobox.com>, Ernest W. Durbin III <ewdurbin at gmail.com>|
This document describes the schedule and other details of the January 2019 election for the Python steering council, as specified in PEP 13. This is the first steering council election.
In future elections, the returns officer will be appointed by the outgoing steering council. Since this is the first election, we have no outgoing steering council, and PEP 13 says that the returns officer is instead appointed by the PSF Executive Director, Ewa Jodlowska. She appointed Ernest W. Durbin III.
There will be a two-week nomination period, followed by a two-week vote.
The nomination period is: January 7, 2019 through January 20, 2019
The voting period is: January 21, 2019 12:00 UTC through Febuary 4, 2019 12:00 UTC (The end of February 3, 2019 Anywhere on Earth)
Candidates must be nominated by a core team member. If the candidate is a core team member, they may nominate themselves.
Once the nomination period opens, candidates will be listed here:
All active Python core team members are eligible to vote.
While this file is not public as it contains private email addresses, the Complete Voter Roll by name is available.
The election will be conducted using the Helios Voting Service.
Short name: 2019-python-steering-committee
Name: 2019 Python Steering Committee Election
Description: Election for the Python steering council, as specified in PEP 13. This is the first steering council election.
Use voter aliases: [X]
Randomize answer order: [X]
Help Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Voting starts at: January 21, 2019 12:00 UTC
Voting ends at: February 4, 2019 12:00 UTC
This will create an election in which:
- Voting is not open to the public, only those on the Voter Roll may participate. Ballots will be emailed when voting starts.
- Candidates are presented in random order, to help avoid bias.
- Voter identities and ballots are protected against cryptorgraphic advances.
Of the 96 eligible voters, 69 cast ballots.
The top five vote-getters are:
- Barry Warsaw
- Brett Cannon
- Carol Willing
- Guido van Rossum
- Nick Coghlan
No conflict of interest as defined in PEP 13 were observed.
This document has been placed in the public domain.
Alex Gaynor Alex Martelli Alexander Belopolsky Alexandre Vassalotti Amaury Forgeot d'Arc Andrew Kuchling Andrew Svetlov Antoine Pitrou Armin Ronacher Barry Warsaw Benjamin Peterson Berker Peksag Brett Cannon Brian Curtin Carol Willing Chris Jerdonek Chris Withers Christian Heimes David Malcolm David Wolever Davin Potts Dino Viehland Donald Stufft Doug Hellmann Eli Bendersky Emily Morehouse Éric Araujo Eric Snow Eric V. Smith Ethan Furman Ezio Melotti Facundo Batista Fred Drake Georg Brandl Giampaolo Rodola' Gregory P. Smith Guido van Rossum Hyeshik Chang Hynek Schlawack INADA Naoki Ivan Levkivskyi Jack Diederich Jack Jansen Jason R. Coombs Jeff Hardy Jeremy Hylton Jesús Cea Julien Palard Kurt B. Kaiser Kushal Das Larry Hastings Lars Gustäbel Lisa Roach Łukasz Langa Marc-Andre Lemburg Mariatta Wijaya Mark Dickinson Mark Hammond Mark Shannon Martin Panter Matthias Klose Meador Inge Michael Hudson-Doyle Nathaniel J. Smith Ned Deily Neil Schemenauer Nick Coghlan Pablo Galindo Paul Moore Petr Viktorin Petri Lehtinen Philip Jenvey R. David Murray Raymond Hettinger Robert Collins Ronald Oussoren Sandro Tosi Senthil Kumaran Serhiy Storchaka Sjoerd Mullender Stefan Krah Steve Dower Steven Daprano T. Wouters Tal Einat Terry Jan Reedy Thomas Heller Tim Golden Tim Peters Trent Nelson Victor Stinner Vinay Sajip Walter Dörwald Xiang Zhang Yury Selivanov Zachary Ware
|||This repository is private and accessible only to Python Core Developers, administrators, and Python Software Foundation Staff as it contains personal email addresses.|