Ubuntu Is Short On Developer Membership Board Nominations
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 10 February 2014 at 11:38 AM EST. 4 Comments
UBUNTU --
Ubuntu is in need of more Developer Membership Board nominations for those interested. There were three DMB seats being opened up for expiring terms but there have been insufficient nominations to date.

For any interested contributors, the deadline for nominations to the Ubuntu Developer Membership Board has been extended by two weeks in hopes of getting more nominations. It wasn't said how many they received during the initial period, but it was at least less than the three being vacated with their two-year terms expiring.

The Developer Membership Board is responsible for reviewing and approving new Ubuntu developers. DMB board members are expected to be Ubuntu developers themselves.

Those interested can find more details on this extended DMB nomination period via ubuntu-devel-announce.
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