TSC Elections 2021 results
The election has concluded, and the new TSC consists of:
Thanks everyone for submitting your nominations and participating in this election.
For this initial class, some term limits last until November of next year, and some extend until May of the following year. We’ll determine who belongs to which term by random coin toss at our next TSC meeting, after which it will be added to the charter.
Tim Meehan <tdm@...>
Tl;dr: we’re now accepting nominations for the next TSC class. Please see the TSC README to see instructions on how you can submit a nomination to the TSC.
To begin with, I wanted to make an announcement that tsc#68 has been merged. Just to summarize, the main changes to the TSC were:
The idea behind these changes were to reduce friction points from participation among committers and TSC members, namely: removing the high burden of voting required to vote in new committers, allowing for lazy consensus for most votes, and reducing the TSC size to make it a smaller, focused and more agile group.
With these changes being accepted and merged, the time has now come to vote in our next set of TSC members.
The process will work as follows:
For details, please see the README above, and the TSC charter.
I’m looking forward for the upcoming TSC to help guide the technical project.