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From Rohit Yadav <>
Subject Re: Graduation process update
Date Thu, 14 Mar 2013 13:05:26 GMT
On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 6:17 PM, Noah Slater <> wrote:
> Exciting times!

+1 Yes sir, indeed!

> On 14 March 2013 00:46, Chip Childers <> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> I wanted to share status and next steps on our road to graduation.
>> Our Vote:
>> I'll be able to close the graduation VOTE on time tomorrow (72 hours).
>>  Right now, I'm assuming that we pass the vote.  We currently have 53
>> +1 votes (with 4 of them being IPMC members) and no +0 or -1's.
>> IPMC voting:
>> After our vote closes (assuming it passes), I'll immediately open the
>> IPMC vote on general@i.a.o. Our 4 current +1's from IPMC members
>> (Brett, Mohammad, Alex K, Noah) are a great start to that.  Assuming
>> no issues, that vote will last until mid-day (EDT) Sunday.  I'll close
>> it on time there as well.
>> Board approval:
>> After a successful graduation vote within the IPMC, the next step is
>> to forward the draft resolution to board@a.o, asking to be on the
>> agenda for the next available board meeting.  This month's board
>> agenda will be locked on Sunday as well (the soonest day we may be
>> able to ask to be on that agenda).  I have no idea what time the
>> cutoff is, so we'll have to wait and see.  Any delays in being able to
>> close our vote or the IPMC vote will, most likely, mean that we don't
>> make it in time for this month.
>> If the board approves the resolution (with or without modifications),
>> then that'll be it!  The real work will start immediately after it, as
>> we go through all of the required transitional steps.  ;-)
>> Anyhow, that's the status and next steps we'll be taking.  As I
>> requested in my [OFFLINE] message, I'll be able to manage the official
>> steps along this path, but I need someone else to help ensure that any
>> discussion that's required happens in a timely manner.
>> Shout if you can help, or if you have any questions or concerns.
>> -chip
> --
> NS

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