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From Logan Bell <>
Subject Re: [lucy-dev] Graduation checklist
Date Tue, 07 Feb 2012 20:47:01 GMT
I share Nicks' sentiments as well. I would be honored to be VP but
feel I'm too new for the job :) However, I'd be interested in learning
the ropes of doing a release sometime as well and getting more
familiar with the code base in general.

+1 for rotating VPs.

On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 12:40 PM, Nick Wellnhofer <> wrote:
> On 07/02/2012 21:16, Peter Karman wrote:
>> Thanks for the nods of support, Chris and Marvin.
>> My kids do sleep, eventually, so I would be willing to be the VP for year
>> one,
>> on the condition that we put into our charter that we vote every year for
>> a VP.
>> And I'll vote for someone else after year one. IMO this job should be
>> passed
>> around liberally, like a department chair position in academia, so that
>> everyone
>> gets a chance to learn the ropes. Just like the RM position.
>> That said, I would be overjoyed to support Logan or Nick if they want to
>> step
>> forward for this first year.
> I would have stepped up if neither you nor Marvin wanted to take the VP
> role, but I think you're more involved in the community and you've already
> done a great job as RM. I can offer to be RM for one of the next releases to
> gain a little more experience, though.
> Also, +1 for rotating the VP position every year.
> Nick

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