NOMCOM 2013 - UPDATED 2nd Call for Nominations - APP, OAM, RAI, TSV
October 8, 2013
From: NomCom Chair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: IETF Announcement List <email@example.com>
Date: October 8, 2013
Subject: NOMCOM 2013 - UPDATED 2nd Call for Nominations - APP, OAM, RAI, TSV
UPDATE: nominations are too sparse in several of the IESG areas: APP, OAM, RAI, and TSV. If you know one or more of those areas, exercise your social network and submit nominations. We'll be very grateful! Is there someone you work with at IETF who has leadership potential and a growing track record? Please read this Nomcom call for nominations and consider nominating her or him. Or several folks! Deadline for nominations is October 18. Nominate soon to give your nominee(s) plenty time to fill in the questionnaire. If you're nominated, even if you support the present incumbent, being reviewed by Nomcom is great IETF experience. The questionnaire offers a chance to think about IETF and about your area. Whether or not your candidacy progresses this time, you'll have gained some valuable insights, and you'll have contributed greatly. This process only works because many IETFers take part; please join in. Lots more, including which positions are open, how to make a nomination (including nomination of yourself), and how to send us your feedback on the desired expertise, follows. IETFers, let's hear from you! Make nominations, accept nominations! If you have any questions about the process, feel free to get in touch with me. Best regards, Allison for the Nomcom Allison Mankin Nomcom Chair 2013-14 ----- The Info You Need for Nominating ----- The 2013-14 Nominating Committee (Nomcom) is seeking nominations from now until October 18, 2013. The open positions being considered by this year's Nomcom can be found later in this section, and also on this year's Nomcom website: https://datatracker.ietf.org/nomcom/2013/ Information about the desired expertise for positions is here: https://datatracker.ietf.org/nomcom/2013/expertise Nominations may be made by selecting the Nominate link at the top of the Nomcom 2013 home page, or by visiting the following URL: https://datatracker.ietf.org/nomcom/2013/nominate/ Note that nominations made using the web tool require an ietf.org datatracker account. You can create a datatracker ietf.org account if you don't have one already by visiting the following URL: https://datatracker.ietf.org/accounts/create/ Nominations may also be made by email to nomcom13 at ietf.org. If you nominate by email, please include the word "Nominate" in the Subject and indicate in the email who is being nominated, their email address (to confirm acceptance of the nomination), and the position for which you are making the nomination. If you use email, please use a separate email for each person you nominate, and for each position (if you are nominating one person for multiple positions). Self-nomination is welcome! No need to be shy. Nomcom 2013-14 will follow the policy for "Open Disclosure of Willing Nominees" described in RFC 5680. As stated in RFC 5680: "The list of nominees willing to be considered for positions under review in the current Nomcom cycle is not confidential". Willing nominees for each position will be listed in a publicly accessible way - anyone with a datatracker account may access the lists. In all other ways, the confidentiality requirements of RFC 3777/BCP10 remain in effect. All feedback and all Nomcom deliberations will remain confidential and will not be disclosed. In order to ensure time to collect sufficient community feedback about each of the willing nominees, nominations must be received by the Nomcom on or before October 18, 2013. Please submit your nominations as early as possible for the sake of your nominees, as we've set the questionnaire submission deadline for October 25, 2013. The list of people and posts whose terms end with the March 2014 IETF meeting, and thus the positions for which we are accepting nominations: IAOC Chris Griffiths IAB Bernard Aboba Marc Blanchet Ross Callon Eliot Lear Hannes Tschofenig IESG Barry Leiba (Applications) Brian Haberman (Internet) Benoit Claise (Operations and Management) Gonzalo Camarillo (RAI) Stewart Bryant (Routing) Sean Turner (Security) Martin Stiemerling (Transport) Please be resourceful in identifying possible candidates for these positions, as developing our talent is a very crucial requirement for the IETF. Also, please give serious consideration to accepting nominations you receive. The summaries of the desired expertise for the positions, developed by the respective bodies, are found at: https://datatracker.ietf.org/nomcom/2013/expertise/ In addition to nominations, the Nomcom seeks community input on the positions themselves. We need and welcome the community's views and input on the jobs within each organization. If you have ideas on the positions' responsibilities (more, less, different), please let us know. You can send us email about this to nomcom13 at ietf.org, and we will use this feedback actively. Thank you for your help in nominating a great pool of strong and interesting nominees!