locked Please vote: A Special Majority vote to approve the CC-BY-4.0 license for OCA repositories #poll-notice #poll-result


Claudia Rauch
 

Do you approve of approving the CC-BY-4.0 license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode) for usage in current and future OCA repositories, when appropriately chosen by those repositories respective maintainers?

This vote requires a Special Majority. This means at least 2/3 (two thirds) of the eligible voters vote “yes” and no more than 1/4 (one fourth) of the eligible voters vote “no”.

The PGB currently lists 15 eligible voters, the vote requires at least 10 yes votes and no more than 4 no votes.

The ballot is open now and closes 4 March 2022 at 23:59 UTC. Please indicate your selection using the buttons below.


Eligible voters are:

  • Jason Keirstead, IBM
  • Mark Mastrangeli, Tenzir
  • Adam Montville, Center for Internet Security
  • Lodrina Cherne, Cybereason
  • Fawad Khan, CyberNB
  • Vaughan Shanks, Cydarm
  • Avkash Kathiriya, Cyware
  • Ciaran Bradley, EclecticIQ
  • Kelly Cullinane, New Context
  • Matthew Gardiner, Rapid7
  • Valeriy Leykin, Safebreach
  • Forrest Hare, SAIC
  • Duncan Sparrell, sFractal
  • Nigel Houghton, ThreatQuotient
  • Chris Murphy, TruSTAR
  • Franco de Bonis, Visua

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Nigel Houghton
 

I am still unable to log in to vote. Until this issue is resolved, I’ll air my vote here:

Yes.

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On Feb 25, 2022, at 10:59 AM, Claudia Rauch <claudia.rauch@...> wrote:

A new poll has been created:

Do you approve of approving the CC-BY-4.0 license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode) for usage in current and future OCA repositories, when appropriately chosen by those repositories respective maintainers?

This vote requires a Special Majority. This means at least 2/3 (two thirds) of the eligible voters vote “yes” and no more than 1/4 (one fourth) of the eligible voters vote “no”.

The PGB currently lists 15 eligible voters, the vote requires at least 10 yes votes and no more than 4 no votes.

The ballot is open now and closes 4 March 2022 at 23:59 UTC. Please indicate your selection using the buttons below.


Eligible voters are:


• Jason Keirstead, IBM
• Mark Mastrangeli, Tenzir
• Adam Montville, Center for Internet Security
• Lodrina Cherne, Cybereason
• Fawad Khan, CyberNB
• Vaughan Shanks, Cydarm
• Avkash Kathiriya, Cyware
• Ciaran Bradley, EclecticIQ
• Kelly Cullinane, New Context
• Matthew Gardiner, Rapid7
• Valeriy Leykin, Safebreach
• Forrest Hare, SAIC
• Duncan Sparrell, sFractal
• Nigel Houghton, ThreatQuotient
• Chris Murphy, TruSTAR
• Franco de Bonis, Visua

1. Yes
2. No
3. Abstain

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Claudia Rauch
 

Apologies, here's an updated list of eligible voters:

  • Jason Keirstead, IBM
  • Mark Mastrangeli, Tenzir
  • Adam Montville, Center for Internet Security
  • Lodrina Cherne, Cybereason
  • Vaughan Shanks, Cydarm
  • Avkash Kathiriya, Cyware
  • Ciaran Bradley, EclecticIQ
  • Kelly Cullinane, New Context
  • Brad Thomas, Prophecy International
  • Matthew Gardiner, Rapid7
  • Valeriy Leykin, Safebreach
  • Forrest Hare, SAIC
  • Duncan Sparrell, sFractal
  • Nigel Houghton, ThreatQuotient
  • Franco de Bonis, Visua