Time to say: thank you!Oliver Busse | 4 days ago | Comments
Now as the new OpenNTF Board Directors
are elected it's time to thank the people who are not on the board but
also working for OpenNTF and the community. As I am responsible for another
offer from OpenNTF - CollaborationToday.info
- I'd like to thank the people that are actively curating content every
day and for a long time now, namely John Oldenburger
and Kenio Carvalho.
Both are also running own blogs that are worth a visit. In addition I'd
like to encourage you, the readers and followers of CollaborationToday,
to be an active part of our community by creating and/or sharing content
you find useful in your daily business and from that you think it might
be useful for others as well. The topics are wide but should at least touch
one or more of the following topics:
If you created content or found something
useful - please let us know.
If you like to curate content
on CollaborationToday.info - please drop me a note (firstname.lastname@example.org).
It's very easy and takes only a few minutes a day.
We are happy to have you among us!
- everything IBM software related (ESS,
Information Management, Websphere)
- everything IBM technology related (Bluemix,
- administration of collaboration infrastructures
(IBM Domino, Connections, Hardware)
- development for and with IBM software
(web, client, rich, 3rd party)
- workarounds, tipps and tricks
OpenNTF Elections ResultPaul Withers | 6 days ago | Comments
The 2015 OpenNTF elections are complete.
After a Runoff vote to break a tie for Contributor Director, the
final results are:
Member Directors elected for two years (by acclamation):
Oliver Busse - We4IT
Martin Donnelly - IBM
Nathan Freeman - Red Pill Development
Paul Withers - Intec Systems Ltd
Contributor Directors (elected for one year after a close initial vote
followed by a close runoff vote):
In addition, the following Member Directors still have one year remaining
in their terms:
The Board would like to thank all those who ran this year - and who have
provided an interesting election for Contributor Director.
Contributor ElectionsPaul Withers | 2 weeks ago | Comments
The OpenNTF Contributor election results
are in - and it seems we are going to have a runoff vote.
Padraic Edwards and Fredrik Norling finished in the first two slots, and
are therefore elected as Contributor Directors for the next year.
Adam Foster and Michael
Ruhnau were tied for third place - and so we are carrying out a runoff
election to decide between the two.
All Contributors should receive an email soon asking them to vote by reply
email. If you don't receive an email by end of day Monday, then feel
free to vote by sending an email to ip-manager at openntf.org.
Congratulations to all the candidates. It was a close race - and
we are lucky to have so many contributors who are willing to contribute
their time as well as their code.