OCP Incubation Committee Elections - Call for Nominations!
The Open Compute Project (OCP) Foundation is pleased to announce the call for nominations to serve as an Incubation Committee representative for the 2019-2021 term. There are currently 8 seats up for election.
Please note that the OCP Incubation Committee Co-Chairs are appointed by the OCP Board of Directors and are not elected positions.
By participating as a member of the OCP IC you are responsible for reviewing all contributions that are submitted to the OCP Foundation. IC representatives work with both the project leads and OCP contributors to make sure all contributions are a fit for the goals and missions of the OCP Foundation.
This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the future of the OCP Foundation and it’s community while advancing the mission and goals of the Foundation.
(If an organizational member is nominated and this nomination would cause the organization to go over its membership level limit then that individual and organization will be contacted prior to the names being released).
The call for nominations period will end at 11:59pm PST on 5 July 2019.
Only submissions added to this webform will be accepted. No personal emails will be accepted as eligible submissions. As the nominations are reviewed, nominees will be contacted by OCP staff to make sure they would like to accept the nomination and to provide a short bio/headshot.
As noted above there are currently eight seats available on the IC. To understand what is required of these positions please take a moment to review the roles and responsibilities of these positions.
Eligibility: Only Gold and Platinum OCP Corporate Members and the OCP Foundation Board will be eligible to vote. Gold Members will be given 2 voting keys and Platinum Members will be given 3 voting keys. Between now and 5 July 2019, OCP staff will be contacting the point of contact for each Gold and Platinum member to determine who from each organization will be sent keys. Each key is tied to an email address and can not be shared.
If you have any questions please contact Michael Schill