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2002 FreeBSD Coreteam Election Site 23

Posted by michael
from the vote-early-vote-often dept.
Maxim Sobolev writes "In accordance with the FreeBSD Core Bylaws, a new FreeBSD coreteam will be elected soon. For this purpose, a 2002 FreeBSD coreteam election site is now online. There you can find up-to-date list of candidates for the election as well as their statements."
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2002 FreeBSD Coreteam Election Site

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  • slow news day? (Score:1, Offtopic)

    by tps12 (105590)
    Must be a slow news day. That article about IA64 was completely unintelligible. Anyone have something good to talk about?

    Christ.
  • So how does one vote? I see the candidates, but no info on actually voting. Anyone know?
  • Well there are certainly some very good candidates in the election.

    Pity regular BSD users can't register and have a vote, even if it was only worth 1/100 of that by a committer.

    It is really interesting to see the views of all the candidates. Is there a page that shows the views of all the current core members, like where they want to see the project heading, what they specialise in, what their background is?
  • Way to go slashdot. Itd be nice if people reponsible for posting articles followed links to see what was up. The /. article links directly to a page which says that its not for public consumption. What the hell is up with that?

    This site is intended for the private use of the FreeBSD committer team. As such, it was not placed on a server capable of handling the interest of the world at large.

    Lame I tell you. Next thing you'll see is links to internal websites not accessable from outside corperate Intranets...

    • 2 days ago when the article was published there was no page saying:

      This site is intended for the private use of the FreeBSD committer team. As such, it was not placed on a server capable of handling the interest of the world at large.

      It just had a list of candidates, and a long list of their values, views, life and programming experiences etc. Was very informative. I think it should have been open for public viewing. I guess they just didn't like having an open slashdot link going to it. If the original page would have noted that it was a private page for committers only then that would be different. It does now, but that was at least a day late.

I'd rather just believe that it's done by little elves running around.

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