Django 5.x Technical Board Candidate Registration
Please note: this post has been retracted, with https://www.djangoproject.com/weblog/2023/apr/22/steering-council-candidate-registration/ replacing it. The candidacy requirements were updated in DEP-0012, along with the name of the group from "Technical Board" to "Steering Council".
With the completion of the Django 4.x major release cycle and in accordance with DEP-0010, it is now time to collect candidates for the Django Technical Board.
Technical board candidates must demonstrate:
- A history of technical contributions to Django or the Django ecosystem. This history MUST begin at least 18 months prior to the individual's candidacy for the Technical Board.
- A history of participation in Django's development outside of contributions merged to the https://github.com/django/django/ repository. This may include, but is not restricted to:
- Participation in discussions on the django-developers mailing list or Django Forum.
- Reviewing and offering feedback on pull requests in the Django source-code repository
- Assisting in triage and management of the Django bug tracker.
- A history of recent engagement with the direction and development of Django. Such engagement MUST have occurred within a period of no more than two years prior to the individual's candidacy for the Technical Board.
To register your candidacy, we require you to enter your name, email, and a bio/evidence of qualifications. The candidacy form has optional fields for your GitHub, Twitter, and website which can be useful for evaluating your qualifications.
Your email address will only be used by the DSF to contact you related to the election and process and will not be shared publicly.
Registration for Candidates will end on April 28th, 2023 AoE.
Please register using this form.
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