Oedem/2009 TSC election

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The following have been nominated for election to the OE technical steering committee:

  • Phil Blundell
(Nominated by Stefan Schmidt)
Both Holger an Phil have an deep understanding on how OE and bitbake work and was designed to work. Both are thinking about ways to furtehr improve the current situation and contribute code and ideas to reach the goals. Maybe even more important are the way they deal with people who want to contribute. They listen, workout the underlying problems and then helping these people to reach their goals.
  • Holger Freyther
(Nominated by Stefan Schmidt)
Both Holger an Phil have an deep understanding on how OE and bitbake work and was designed to work. Both are thinking about ways to furtehr improve the current situation and contribute code and ideas to reach the goals. Maybe even more important are the way they deal with people who want to contribute. They listen, workout the underlying problems and then helping these people to reach their goals.
  • Chris Larson
(Nominated by Phil Blundell)
  • Mickey Lauer
As one of the founders of the OE project I have lots of experience with all parts of the system, including the BitBake core, the build classes, and the recipes. In fact, I have contributed a major part of all that.
I have left the former core team since this failed to provide any transparency to the growing OE community about how decisions were made.
I have also used OE in commercial projects, hence I know about the different -- and sometimes contradicting -- requirements non-commercial and commercial projects have. I have always tried to improve OE in a way that suits as much stakeholders as possible, trying to prevent isolated solutions. As such, I'd love to serve on the TSC helping to facilitate further OE development.
  • Richard Purdie
I'm a long standing OE developer and member of the community who has extensive experience with the core elements of the system having successfully developed and handled many significant OE architectural improvements. My role as the lead developer and maintainer of bitbake gives me insight into the core workings of the project and as the architect of Poky, I also understand the needs of derived projects. As part of the former 'core team' I've also experience in mediation and in guiding the project. I'd like to use this experience for the benefit of the TSC.
(Richard was also nominated by Stefan Schmidt.)
  • Khem Raj
I would like to nominate myself. Over the last couple of years I have got good understanding of OE's internals and From my experience in past I understand needs of embedded systems and embedded Linux in particularly well. I think I understand the core pieces of OE well now which will help me make right decisions and suggestions in the TSC especially in the areas of toolchain and system libraries.
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