locked Vote on co-chairs Baseline TSC and pull request #poll-result #poll-notice
Approval of Baseline TSC co-chairs and pull request to modify governance files are presented to the EEA Community Projects Project Governing Board (PGB) for consideration. Please vote your preference for each item listed below. (Note: the list of eligible voters is at the bottom of this ballot.)
1. Approve Andreas Freund and Samrat Kishor as co-chairs of Baseline Technical Steering Committee
2. Pull Request #66 (https://github.com/eea-oasis/managed-open-project/pull/66/) - Allow the PGB to appoint TSC chairs by a simple majority vote instead of requiring a Special Majority Vote.
This ballot requires a Special Majority Vote . The PGB roster currently lists 6 PGB members eligible to vote . In order to pass, at least 4 (2/3 x 6) members have to vote Yes and no more than 1 (1/4 x 6) members may vote No.
The ballot is open now and will remain open through 09 December 2022 at 23:59 UTC.
Please cast a vote below for each of the options: approve, reject, or abstain.
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 PGB members eligible to vote:
Olumide Akinwande - Montech Studios Inc
James Canterbury - EYGS LLP
Dan Burnett - EEA
Tas Dienes - Ethereum Foundation
Andreas Freund - L2 TSC
Sonal Patel - Mesh
Thank you for voting.
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The ballot to approve Baseline TSC co-chairs and a pull request to modify governance files (https://lists.oasis-open-projects.org/g/eea-community-projects-pgb/message/270) has closed.
A minimum of 4 affirmative votes was needed in order to pass. Both questions received 4 affirmative votes and no negative votes. Therefore, both questions have have passed. Andreas Freund and Samrat Kishor are declared co-chairs of Baseline Technical Steering Committee and Pull Request #66 (https://github.com/eea-oasis/managed-open-project/pull/66/) can be merged.
Thank you to all for voting on the ballot. The process doesn't work without you.