Announcement
NomCom 2014 - announcement of IESG positions
January 15, 2015

From: NomCom Chair 2014 <nomcom-chair-2014@ietf.org>
To: IETF Announcement List <ietf-announce@ietf.org>
Date: January 15, 2015
Subject: NomCom 2014 - announcement of IESG positions

The 2014-15 IETF NomCom is pleased to announce its selection of the
IESG members whose two year terms start at IETF 92 in March 2015.

The NomCom thanks all the nominees and the community for the
extensive and very valuable feedback.

Please look for subsequent messages on IAOC and IAB, as those get confirmed.

IESG was previously             is now
APP: Pete Resnick               empty as requested
INT: Ted Lemon                  Terry Manderson
OPS: Joel Jaeggli               Joel Jaeggli 
RAI: Richard Barnes             Ben Campbell
RTG: Adrian Farrel              Alvaro Retana
SEC: Stephen Farrell            Stephen Farrell
TSV: Spencer Dawkins            Spencer Dawkins 
GEN/Chair: Jari Arkko           Jari Arkko 

Combined with the existing members, this produces an IESG as follows:

APP: Barry Leiba - Huawei
INT: Terry Manderson - ICANN
     Brian Haberman  - Johns Hopkins University 
OPS: Joel Jaeggli - Fastly
     Benoit Claise -  Cisco 
RAI: Ben Campbell - Oracle
     Alissa Cooper -  Cisco 
RTG: Alvaro Retana - Cisco
     Alia Atlas - Juniper Networks 
SEC: Stephen Farrell - Trinity College Dublin
     Kathleen Moriarty - EMC Corporation
TSV: Spencer Dawkins - Huawei
     Martin Stiemerling - NEC & Darmstadt University 
GEN/Chair: Jari Arkko - Ericsson

The new IESG will have three members from Cisco.
Should the IESG have to go towards their (alternative) voting process, it is
possible for a document to be blocked by three ADs voting "no". The IESG is in
charge of its informal and formal rules, and could fix this in a variety of
ways if it becomes necessary.

The nomcom did not start its deliberations with any quotas or limits;
rather, the NomCom asked who can best do the job, and went from there.

The NOMCOM believes that the IESG members, new and old, can and will act as
individuals, and will recuse themselves as appropriate. Evidence from past
experience is that this has been true in the past as well.

Michael Richardson
NomCom Chair 2014-15
nomcom-chair-2014@ietf.org, mcr+nomcom@sandelman.ca