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From Joan Touzet <>
Subject [VOTE RESULTS] [REVISED] Official CouchDB bylaws
Date Mon, 28 Jul 2014 00:57:52 GMT
Thanks to everyone who participated in the voting process.

PMC vote tally

+1: 8
Dave Cottlehuber
Paul Davis
Jan Lenhardt
Robert Newson
Alexander Shorin
Noah Slater
Joan Touzet
Andy Wenk

-1: 0

Abstentions: 4
Benoit Chesneau
Adam Kocoloski
Ted Leung
Jason Smith

The vote PASSES.

The wiki will shortly be updated to indicate that the bylaws are now an
official document of Apache CouchDB.

Let's get those syntax and grammar edits queued up for another vote, so
we can get those through shortly.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Joan Touzet" <>
Sent: Monday, July 21, 2014 9:12:09 PM
Subject: [VOTE] [REVISED] Official CouchDB bylaws


Voting period starts         02:00:00 UTC on Tuesday, July 21, 2014
Votes must be received by    23:59:59 UTC on Sunday, July 27, 2014

This Call For Votes is for voting in an official set of Apache CouchDB
bylaws. This vote is being conducted as required by the proposed bylaws
themselves. For voting questions or problems, contact the PMC at

The intent is to make this an official document of Apache CouchDB.

To cast a binding vote, you need to be a CouchDB PMC member.

As this is the first vote of its kind, and this document is foundational
to our decision-making process in the future, _the PMC is asking all
active committers to cast voluntary, non-binding votes as well_.

First, read the full text of the proposal.

The text of the bylaw document being voted on can be found at:

The vote is on version *89* of this document as displayed in the document
page history at:

The page has been locked for edits until the vote is concluded.

To cast a vote, it is necessary to reply to this email, at

with your vote as outlined under Section 3.3 of the Bylaws. As a
reminder, for the purpose of tallying, all values will be counted as +1,
-1 or nothing.

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