[Linux-aus] Accepting my nominations for council
chrisjrn at gmail.com
Thu Dec 18 12:46:34 EST 2014
In light of the discussions on the list, I hereby declare my relevant
- Chair of LCA2017 Hobart bid committee, applying to host
Linux.conf.au, a conference under Linux Australia's auspices, in
- Fellow ( & voting member ) of the Python Software Foundation, a US
501(c) Non-Profit that has offered grants to PyCon Australia, a Linux
Australia conference in the past
- Employed by Asdeq Labs Pty Ltd, which does not produce FOSS, but has
been a financial contributor to PyCon Australia, a Linux Australia
conference in the past.
- Contracted author with O'Reilly Media, Inc, a US publishing house
that has provided in-kind sponsorship to Linux Australia conferences
in the past
I do not believe any of these affiliations impact my ability to
impartially discharge the majority of my duties as a council member.
If Hobart is awarded LCA2017, I will seek to abstain from any council
business regarding LCA2017, or from LCA2016 where a conflict of
interest is identified.
On 18 December 2014 at 09:26, Chris Neugebauer <chrisjrn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Members!
> I'm pleased to accept the nominations I've been offered, both for the
> role of Vice President and Ordinary Committee Member.
> This has been my first year on the council. In my nomination platform
> last year my platform included reforming the subcommittee process for
> conferences, and helping improve LA's ability to raise sponsorship for
> its conferences.
> This year LA adopted a new subcommittee policy to improve oversight
> over conferences, thus achieving one of my platform goals.
> Next year I'd like to take what I've learned about how LA works and
> apply that to our fundraising efforts, in particular to help LA's
> ability to fund events and projects in the Free and Open Source
> I look forward to working with next year's council, and would be
> equally happy if Josh Stewart or James Iseppi were elected to the role
> of Vice President ahead of me.
> If you've got any questions about my time on council so far, or about
> my platform, please feel free to contact me. I'm happy to answer any
> questions you may have.
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