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GNOME Foundation Preliminary Elections Results Announced

Dec 03, 2002, 11:00 (4 Talkback[s])

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The GNOME Foundation Membership & Elections Committee is pleased to
announce the preliminary results for the Board of Directors.

These results can be challenged by sending an e-mail to
elections@gnome.org. The challenges have to be sent before Friday,
December 20, 2002, 23:59 UTC. Please note that these results should not
be considered final until any such challenges have been resolved.

Some figures about the votes: there were 275 registered voters. 211
voters sent valid ballots. Eight ballots were invalidated because of a
missing address member or validation token.


Candidates in order of votes received, with affiliations:

1. JEFF WAUGH (151 votes) - Independent consultant
2. JIM GETTYS (148 votes) - Hewlett-Packard
3. NAT FRIEDMAN (145 votes) - Ximian
4. DANIEL VEILLARD (142 votes) - Red Hat
5. GLYNN FOSTER (134 votes) - Sun Microsystems
6. LUIS VILLA (128 votes) - Ximian
7. MIGUEL DE ICAZA (124 votes) - Ximian
8. JONATHAN BLANDFORD (120 votes) - Red Hat
9. JODY GOLDBERG (118 votes) - Ximian
10. JAMES HENSTRIDGE (116 votes) - Data Analysis Australia
11. MICHAEL MEEKS (107 votes) - Ximian [*]
12. BILL HANEMAN (91 votes) - Sun Microsystems

13. FEDERICO MENA QUINTERO (89 votes) - Ximian
14. TIM NEY (86 votes) - GNOME Foundation
15. LESLIE PROCTOR (76 votes) - GNOME Foundation
16. BASTIEN NOCERA (72 votes) - Red Hat
17. MIKE NEWMAN (59 votes) - North Somerset Council
18. MARTIN SEVIOR (52 votes) - University of Melbourne
19. RICHARD STALLMAN (52 votes) - Free Software Foundation
20. MARTIN BAULIG (50 votes) - Ximian
21. MALCOLM TREDINNICK (46 votes) - CommSecure Pty Ltd
22. AMY KAHN (42 votes) - GNOME Foundation
23. SRI RAMKRISHNA (24 votes) - Intel

[*] Per the Foundation's charter, no more than four directors may share
a corporate affiliation.  Michael is the fifth-leading vote-getter from
Ximian, and is thus ineligible to be elected.


The results can be found at
http://foundation.gnome.org/elections/2002/preliminary_results.html

Instructions to verify the results can be found at
http://foundation.gnome.org/elections/2002/verify.html

The Committee would like to thank all the voters and all the candidates.

The GNOME Foundation Membership & Elections Committee

  Eric Baudais
  Andy Tai
  Ghee Teo
  Vincent Untz

-- 
Les gens heureux ne sont pas presses.

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