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Latest revision as of 11:53, 26 May 2014


  • Sergey Lukjanov (SergeyLukjanov)

Election system

Elections will be held using CIVS and a Condorcet algorithm (Schulze/Beatpath/CSSD variant). Any tie will be broken using Governance/TieBreaking.


  • till 05:59 UTC April 4, 2014: Open candidacy to PTL positions
  • April 4, 2014 - 1300 UTC April 11, 2014: PTL elections

Elected position

Climate project must elect a PTL. PTL will be elected for the Juno cycle.


In order to be an eligible candidate (and be allowed to vote) in a Climate PTL election, you need to have contributed an accepted patch to one of the Climate's (sub)projects during the Havana-Icehouse timeframe (April 4, 2013 06:00 UTC to April 4, 2014 05:59 UTC).

List of Climate sub(projects):

  • stackforge/climate
  • stackforge/climate-nova
  • stackforge/python-climateclient


Any member of an election electorate can propose his/her candidacy for the same election. No nomination is required. They do so by sending an email to the openstack-dev@lists.openstack.org mailing-list, which the subject: "[climate] PTL candidacy". The email can include a description of the candidate platform. The candidacy is then confirmed by one of the election officials, after verification of the electorate status of the candidate.

Confirmed candidates for Climate Juno PTL Elections (alphabetically by last name):


Dina Belova

Links to Results

Only one candidate, so, no voting.

Useful links