Please consider volunteering for NomCom, it is an essential part of what makes
the IETF work.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: WGChairs [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Michael
> Sent: 03 June 2014 20:18
> To: [hidden email]; WG Chairs
> Subject: second call: NomCom 2014-2015 Call for Volunteers
> The IETF nominating committee (nomcom) process for 2014-15 has begun. The
> IETF nomcom appoints folks to fill the open slots on the IAOC, the IAB,
> and the IESG (including IETF Chair).
> This is the second call for volunteers. (and you may have seen it more than
> If your name is on the below, then you have volunteered and are qualified.
> If you have heard from me, but are not on the list, then there is some
> problem, and you should have gotten a query from me to determine your
> If you have volunteered and not heard from him, then please resend;
> it got lost.
> Ten voting members for the nomcom are selected in a verifiably random
> way from a pool of volunteers. The more volunteers, the better chance we have
> of choosing a random yet representative cross section of the IETF population.
> Let's break the 200 volunteer mark again this year!
> We are at 54 volunteers so far.
> The details of the operation of the nomcom can be found in RFC 3777,
> and BCP10/RFC3797 details the selection algorithm.
> Volunteers must have attended 3 of the past 5 IETF meetings. As specified in
> RFC 3777, that means three out of the five past meetings up to the time this
> email announcement goes out to start the solicitation of volunteers.
> The five meetings out of which you must have attended *three*
> are IETF 85(Atlanta), \
> 86(Orlando), \
> 87(Berlin), *** ANY THREE!
> 88(Vancouver), /
> 89(London) /
> If you qualify, please volunteer. However, much as we want this, before you
> decide to volunteer, please be sure you are willing to forgo appointment
> to any of the positions for which this nomcom is responsible.
> The list of people and posts whose terms end with the March 2015 IETF
> meeting, and thus the positions for which this nomcom is responsible, are
> To be confirmed
> Joel Halpern
> Russ Housley
> Eliot Lear
> Xing Li
> Andrew Sullivan
> Dave Thaler
> Pete Resnick (Applications)
> Ted Lemon (Internet)
> Joel Jaeggli (Operations and Management)
> Richard Barnes (RAI)
> Adrian Farrel* (Routing)
> Stephen Farrell (Security)
> Spencer Dawkins (Transport)
> Jari Arkko (Gen)
> (names with * have publically indicated they will not serve another term)
> The primary activity for this nomcom will begin in July 2014 and should be
> completed in January 2015. The nomcom will have regularly scheduled
> conference calls to ensure progress. (We might dogfood WebRTC)
> There will be activities to collect requirements from the community, review
> candidate questionnaires, review feedback from community members about
> candidates, and talk to candidates.
> Thus, being a nomcom member does require some time commitment; but it is
> a very rewarding experience.
> It is very important that you be able to attend IETF91 to conduct interviews.
> Being at IETF90 is useful for training. Being at IETF92 is not essential.
> Please volunteer by sending me an email before 11:59 pm EDT (UTC -4 hours)
> June 22, 2013, as follows:
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: Nomcom 2014-15 Volunteer
> Please include the following information in the email body:
> Your Full Name: __________--
> Current Primary Affiliation:
> // Typically what goes in the Company field
> // in the IETF Registration Form
> Emails: _______________
> [<All email addresses used to register for the past 5 IETF meetings>]
> <Preferred email address first>
> Telephone: _______________________
> // For confirmation if selected
> You should expect an email response from me within 3 business days stating
> whether or not you are qualified. If you don't receive this response,
> please re-send your email with the tag "RESEND"" added to the subject line.
> If you are not yet sure if you would like to volunteer, please consider
> that nomcom members play a very important role in shaping the leadership
> of the IETF. Questions by email or voice are welcome.
> Volunteering for the nomcom is a great way to contribute to the IETF!
> You can find a detailed timeline on the nomcom web site at:
> I will be publishing a more detailed target timetable, as well as details
> of the randomness seeds to be used for the RFC 3797 selection process,
> within the next couple weeks.
> Thank you!
> Michael Richardson
> [hidden email]
> [hidden email]
> ===== qualified volunteers so far, in alphabetical order by first name
> ANM Zaheduzzaman Sarker
> Adam Montville
> Bill VerSteeg
> Carl Williams
> Carlos Martinez
> Charles Eckel
> DHRUV DHODY
> Dacheng Zhang
> Dapeng Liu
> Donald Eastlake
> Eric VYNCKE
> Fernando Gont
> Fred Baker
> Gonzalo Salgueiro
> Hongyu Li
> Hosnieh Rafiee
> Hugo Salgado
> John E Drake
> John Levine
> John Scudder
> Linda Dunbar
> Lingli Deng
> Louis (Lou) Berger
> Luca Martini
> Lucy Yong
> Mach Chen
> Mark Townsley
> Matt Lepinski
> Mehmet Ersue
> Melinda Shore
> Min Ye
> Ning Zong
> Ole Troan
> Pascal Thubert
> Paul Hoffman
> Peter Yee
> Ralph Droms
> Ron Bonica
> Ross Callon
> Ross Finlayson
> Sam K. Aldrin
> Sanjay Mishra
> Sheng JIANG
> Shucheng Liu
> Stephan Friedl
> Stephan Wenger
> Stephen Kent
> Suhas Nandakumar
> Tim Wicinski
> Tissa Senevirathne
> Toerless Eckert
> Wassim Haddad
> Xiaohu XU
> Yuanlong Jiang
> Michael Richardson <[hidden email]>, Sandelman Software Works
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