- 1 Current Elections
- 2 Purpose
- 3 Terms
- 4 Who is eligible?
- 5 How does nominations work?
- 6 Who can vote?
- 7 Special Circumstances
- 8 Past Elections
- 9 Upcoming Election Timelines
- 10 Voting Tool: Condercet Internet Voting Service (CIVS)
There are not current elections taking place.
The Open Compute Foundation’s [Board of Directors] charters the Open Compute Projects, appoints the initial Project Committee chairs (PCC) (or project leads) as well as approves the specifications that are accepted into the Open Compute Project (OCP).
As our community has grown, it is now time to put into place a standard by which the project communities begin to govern themselves with oversight from the OCP Foundation’s Board and guidance from the its Community Manager.
As we prepare for 2014 and a more open and transparent relationship and since we have had our first appointed PCC or Project Lead announce his resignation now is a great time to begin our election process.
PCC/Project Leads will be elected for a term of six (6) months.
* January through June * July through December
- 1 year - April through March
Who is eligible?
Anyone who is a member of the project can be nominated to be on the election ballet.
How does nominations work?
Anyone on the project can nominate themselves or someone else on the project for inclusion on the ballot.When the nomination phase opens up a webform link will be included. Just open the link and answer the questions. The webform will not be available until that phase of the election is open.
Who can vote?
Anyone who is a member of the project along with the OCP Board.
To be considered a member of the project you must create a profile and sign the membership agreement.
You can login using your Facebook account, your open ID, or by creating a new profile. The email you use on your profile is the one your voting key will be sent to. Please make sure to keep your profile email up to date.
If your organization is already an OCP member then please sign the membership agreement and build your profile using your organizational email address.
To create your profile go to: http://www.opencompute.org//Security/login?BackURL=/account/
In the event a PCC/Project Lead resigns from their position prior to the end of the term, that individual, if possible should give the Amber Graner the names of two people that would be interested in leading the project in the interim period. The project community will vote on the interim project lead.
* January - June 2014 - Project Lead elections - http://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Governance/ProjectLeadElectionsJan2014
Upcoming Election Timelines
April 2014 - March 2015 - Elections
- 10 Feb 2014 - Call for Nominations Starts - 24 Feb 2014 - Call for Nominations Ends - 25 Feb 2014 - Publish list - 26 Feb 2014 - Testimonial Phase Starts - 10 Mar 2014 - Testimonial Phase Ends - 11 Mar 2014 - Voting Phase Begins - 25 Mar 2014 - Voting Phase Ends - 27 Mar 2014 - New IC Announced
July - Dec 2014 - Elections
- 5 May 2014 - Call for Nominations Starts - 16 May 2014 - Call for Nominations Ends - 20 May 2014 - Publish list - 21 May 2014 - Testimonial Phase Starts - 30 May 2014 - Testimonial Phase Ends - 3 June 2014 - Voting Phase Begins - 13 June 2014 - Voting Phase Ends - 16 June 2014 - New Leads Announced
Jan - Jun 2015 - Election
- 1 Dec 2014 - Call for Nominations Starts - 15 Dec 2014 - Call for Nominations Ends - 16 Dec 2014 - Publish list - 17 Dec 2014 - Testimonial Phase Starts - 31 Dec 2014 - Testimonial Phase Ends - 2 Jan 2015 - Voting Phase Begins - 16 Jan 2015 - Voting Phase Ends - 19 Jan 2015 - New Leads Announced
Voting Tool: Condercet Internet Voting Service (CIVS)
CIVS is a free Internet voting service that makes it easy to conduct polls. Each voter ranks a set of possible choices. Individual voter rankings are combined into an anonymous overall ranking of the choices.
More information can be found at: http://www.cs.cornell.edu/andru/civs.html