Call for nominations for BSD Certification Group Board of Directors

Phil Nelson phil at cs.wwu.edu
Thu Mar 5 22:04:23 PST 2009


To the BSD community,

The BSD Certification Group will be accepting nominations for three
Board of Directors positions starting March 4.  These positions are
for a two year term starting at the end of the election process.
Nominees can be anyone from the general BSD community as well as any
interested organization or company.

The board of directors will be expanded to five members with Dru
Lavigne and Jim Brown continuing their terms until 2010.
Responsibilities may include participating in monthly meetings and
helping set the direction of the BSD Certification Group.

Nominations may be emailed to nominations at bsdcertification.org until April
3, 2009. Please consider carbon copying the person being nominated on the
email.

The non-voting chair, Phil Nelson from the NetBSD community, will
acknowledge receipt of each nomination and confirm the nominees.
The names of the confirmed nominees along with the number of
nominations received by each will be published by mid April.

The eligible BSDCG members will hold an internal vote and the public
announcement of the new Directors should be announced by mid May, 2009.

For more details, the BSDCG bylaws are available at
http://www.bsdcertification.org/BSDCG/bylaws.html .

About the BSD Certification Group

The BSD Certification Group (BSDCG) is a non-profit organization
committed to creating and maintaining a global certification standard
for system administration on BSD-based operating systems. The BSDCG
works with the BSD and sysadmin communities in order to provide a
practical and relevant certification.  The BSD Certification Group
was founded in February 2005. Details about the group and the BSDA
certification are available via http://www.bsdcertification.org.

-- 
Phil Nelson (phil at cs.wwu.edu) http://www.cs.wwu.edu/nelson

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