02 Nov 2023: UK Usenet Committee Election 2023 - Call for Applications
From: Jon Ribbens <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 02 Nov 2023 15:37:00 +0000
Subject: RESULT - UK Usenet Committee Applications 2023
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Result of Call for Applications
UK Usenet Committee 2023
Please note that all email addresses, are munged with
(at) replacing the @, in accordance with standard practice.
There were seven Open Vacancies, and during the applications period
one valid and confirmed application was received. As the number of
applications does not exceed the number of vacancies, an election is
not required and the following is declared to be a Committee-Elect
Mark Goodge mark (at) good-stuff (dot) co (dot) uk
Applications closed at 23:59:59 BST, 19th October 2023
Votetaker for the 2023 UK Usenet Committee Election:
Primary: Jon Ribbens <jribbens (at) ukvoting (dot) org (dot) uk>
These results have been posted to the following newsgroups:
Please find below details of the people who nominated each applicant
(Name & Email Address). Note that if the applicant listed more than
four nominators, all were contacted but only the first four to reply
are listed as only four are required.
Name: Mark Goodge
E-Mail: mark (at) good-stuff (dot) co (dot) uk
Name: Ian Clifton
E-Mail: ian (dot) clifton (at) chem (dot) ox (dot) ac (dot) uk
Name: Matthew Vernon
E-Mail: matthewv (at) chiark (dot) greenend (dot) org (dot) uk
Name: Ian Jackson
E-Mail: jnizzi (at) fyvzl (dot) net
E-Mail: marc (at) cleopatra (dot) co (dot) uk
The single accepted application was pretty straightforward. There were
no other applications received.
I have not listed the applicant's Personal Statement in these results
as these are effectively election manifestoes, and there is to be no
This process was conducted by a neutral third party member of UKVoting.
UKVoting is a group of independent votetakers who count votes on
behalf of the uk.* hierarchy and other 3rd parties.
The rules under which votes for the uk.* hierarchy are taken are posted
regularly to uk.net.news.announce or can be found at the following URL:
The UKVoting web pages can be found at <https://ukvoting.org.uk/>
There is a five day discussion period after these results are posted to
Allegations of irregularity should be sent to the committee via email
to: control (at) usenet (dot) org (dot) uk.
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