|Title:||2021 Term steering council election|
|Author:||Ewa Jodlowska <ewa at python.org>, Ernest W. Durbin III <ewdurbin at gmail.com>, Joe Carey <joe at python.org>|
|Sponsor:||Brett Cannon <brett at python.org>|
This document describes the schedule and other details of the December 2020 election for the Python steering council, as specified in PEP 13. This is the steering council election for the 2021 term.
The steering council appointed the Python Software Foundation Director of Infrastructure, Ernest W. Durbin III, and Accouting Manager, Joe Carey, to coadminster the election.
Python Software Foundation Executive Director, Ewa Jodlowska, will communicate announcements regarding the election.
There will be a two-week nomination period, followed by a two-week vote.
The nomination period was: November 1, 2020 through November 16, 2020 12:00 UTC (The end of November 15, 2020 Anywhere on Earth). As announced on python-committers, and took place on discuss.python.org.
The voting period is: December 1, 2020 12:00 UTC through December 16, 2020 12:00 UTC (The end of December 15, 2020 Anywhere on Earth).
Candidates must be nominated by a core team member. If the candidate is a core team member, they may nominate themselves.
Nominees (in alphabetical order):
- Brett Cannon
- Matt Harrison
- Christian Heimes
- Raymond Hettinger
- David Mertz
- Pablo Galindo Salgado
- Barry Warsaw
- Carol Willing
- Thomas Wouters
While this file is not public as it contains private email addresses, the Complete Voter Roll by name will be made available when the roll is created.
The election will be conducted using the Helios Voting Service.
Short name: 2021-python-steering-council
Name: 2021 Python Steering Council Election
Description: Election for the Python steering council, as specified in PEP 13. This is steering council election for the 2021 term.
Use voter aliases: [X]
Randomize answer order: [X]
Help Email Address: email@example.com
Voting starts at: December 1, 2021 00:00 UTC
Voting ends at: December 16, 2021 12:00 UTC
This will create an election in which:
- Voting is not open to the public, only those on the Voter Roll may participate. Ballots will be emailed when voting starts.
- Candidates are presented in random order, to help avoid bias.
- Voter identities and ballots are protected against cryptographic advances.
Of ?? eligible voters, ?? cast ballots.
The top five vote-getters are:
No conflict of interest as defined in PEP 13 were observed.
Conflicts of interest as defined in PEP 13 were observed:
- Candidate X, Candidate Y, and Candidate Z are employed by Corporation A
They were resolved as follows:
- Candidate Y with the lowest vote tally of the three was disqualified and Candidate A with 6th highest vote tally replaced them as 5th member of the council.
The full vote counts are as follows:
|Vote not yet complete|
This document has been placed in the public domain.