[squeakland] Squeak Oversight Board Election 2020
ron at usmedrec.com
Wed Jan 15 19:59:00 UTC 2020
Thank you again for everyone's participation in this years Squeak Oversight
Board election. Edgar thank you for helping encourage people to
participate! Feel free to keep that up!
We currently have 5 candidates for 7 board seats. In the order they
David T. Lewis
Time is running out to announce your candidacy! Please announce soon!
There are only 5 days left. You can follow along by visiting this webpage:
I will not be available Saturday through Monday morning. If you wait to
announce this weekend and I don't update the webpage don't panic. I'll
make sure to include you before the ballots go out on Monday. It would be
better to announce between now and Friday!
Also if your email has changed or you want to get on the voters list please
let me know! If you know someone that you would like to see on the board
please reach out to them and ask them to run!
All the best,
On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 9:21 AM Craig Latta <craig at blackpagedigital.com>
> Hi all--
> I'd like to serve on the Squeak Oversight Board in 2020 (wow, it
> really does feel like Back to the Future now ;). I'm interested in
> looking back, as we sometimes do, to plan for the 25th anniversary of
> Squeak in 2021.
> I've also been on a wild ride forward and to the side, with Bert's
> SqueakJS VM and the Caffeine project. They've brought me into contact
> technologies and communities. I want to continue hatching strange ideas
> about them with my fellow board members, and with you.
> Once hatched, those ideas want to grow in our collaborative spaces.
> I've been helping with the board meeting notes for some time, but we
> haven't publicized them. I'd like to know how you'd like to see them
> appear on the Squeak project blog, our mailing lists, and in our live
> systems. Whatever we come up with will need to be done communally (each
> of us is doing many other things), but I'd like to help us restart here.
> Another technical front I've been pushing recently is modularity
> and team development. I'd like to get some more livecoders connected
> this year.
> thanks again!
> [|] https://thiscontext.com
> [|] https://caffeine.js.org
> [|] https://toplap.org
> Craig Latta
> Black Page Digital
> Amsterdam :: San Francisco
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