2009 Steering Committee Voting Page
PLEASE DO NOT CHANGE THIS WIKI PAGE WITHOUT COORDINATION WITH JON FERRAIOLO. This page contains important process information about the 2009 Steering Committee election. If you have comments or suggestions, please submit them either via email to Jon or via the "discussion" tab on this page.
The election has already happened. Results can be found at 2009 Steering Committee Results.
The following pages show the original contents of this wiki page before the election results were approved.
About this page
This wiki page contains the voting form for the 2009 Steering Committee Election.
The election will take place from October 1-8, 2009, which is one year after the 2008 election. Members can nominate themselves for the election during the period from September 17-30, 2009. The main wiki page for the election with overview explanations is at:
Nominations are entered and votes are cast using the following wiki pages:
The results of the election are posted at:
Who can vote
Anyone from a Member organization can cast a vote. Although we suggest that the organization's Primary Contact enter nominations and cast votes, our Web pages use a participants database and allow anyone who is known to be a participant for a given organization to modify nominations for a given organization or cast votes for that organization. The pages are programmed to cc: the Primary Contact each time an organization's nomination entry is modified or his organization casts a vote.
The following table shows the members who have nominated themselves so far in the 2009 Steering Committee Election. The table is read-only and auto-generated from the OpenAjax server.
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To vote in the 2009 Steering Committee Election:
- Make sure you are logged into the wiki
- Fill out the form below and press "Vote"
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Each Member organization gets to vote once. Subsequent votes from a Member organization will override any previous votes. Therefore, if you press "Vote" twice, the second set of votes will be used in the vote counting.
Who can use the forms
This year anyone from an organization can vote. Although we suggest that the organization's Primary Contact cast votes, the voting form uses the OpenAjax participants database and allow anyone who is known to be a participant for a given organization to vote for a given organization. The pages are programmed to cc: the Primary Contact each time an organization's vote is cast.