[Air-l] AoIR elections forum

jeremy hunsinger jhuns at vt.edu
Tue Jun 24 14:52:44 PDT 2003


This is an important part of the election, i encourage everyone to 
participate.  I've posted some questions for the vp and student seats, 
you should do the same.
On Tuesday, June 24, 2003, at 11:56 AM, Steve Jones wrote:

> Dear AoIR members and air-l list participants,
>
> We are currently entering the discussion period for the AoIR 
> elections. It will proceed until July 11, 2003. A reminder of the 
> elections timeline:
>
> 1. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: Elapsed
> 2. END OF NOMINATION PERIOD:  Elapsed
> 3. DISCUSSION PERIOD BEGINS:  <---------------NOW
> 4. DISCUSSION PERIOD ENDS:  July 11, 2003
> 3. VOTING PERIOD BEGINS: July 14, 2003
> 4. VOTING PERIOD ENDS: July 28, 2003
> 5. NEW COMMITTEE ASSUMES DUTIES: At the end of the General Meeting at
> the fourth annual AoIR conference, October 16 - 19, 2003.
>
> This year we are trying a web forum for the discussion period before 
> elections. You will find it at http://aoir.org/forum.
>
> To use this forum, please go the above url and read the nominee 
> information (some nominee information is still forthcoming) and ask 
> questions and discuss AoIR, the election positions, and what you would 
> like for AoIR to become or how you might like it to change. In short, 
> nearly any topic related to AoIR is open to discussion in the forum.  
> However, we ask that you maintain a general decorum appropriate for 
> such discussions.  (Moderation or other tools may be used to maintain 
> this.)  You do not have to create an account, and log in to post, but 
> if you do log in, you can then edit and delete your posts.  Limited 
> anonymity is allowed by the system but postings which identify the 
> poster as another known party will be deleted by request or at the 
> discretion of the moderators.  The moderators for this discussion are 
> the President, the Vice-President and the two Publication Officers of 
> AoIR, none of which are running for >>> election.
>
> Again, the url for the discussion period is: http://aoir.org/forum. 
> Many thanks to Jeremy Hunsinger for the technical work of setting up 
> the forum and to the members of the AoIR Executive Committee for their 
> input and feedback during its testing.
>
> Thank you,
> Steve Jones
> Sj
>
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Jeremy Hunsinger
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