[FFmpeg-devel] Include more developers in the voting committee [#3]

Paul B Mahol onemda at gmail.com
Tue Nov 24 13:20:41 CET 2015

On 11/24/15, Michael Niedermayer <michaelni at gmx.at> wrote:
> Hi all
> Heres another suggested addition to the voting committee, i omitted
> the "[DECISSION]" from the subject as IIUC nicolas suggested to do it
> in a 2 step process, first check if anyone was missed and then do a
> actual [DECISSION] vote mail
> I suggest to add people who do/did admin/provide ffmpeg infrastructure
> within the last year.
> Alexander Strasser      most of the trac maintaince, lots of work in
>                         the last server move
> Baptiste Coudurier      (fate.ffmpeg.org server)
> Clement Boesch           ffbox0 (he is already in the comittee)
> Compn                   all kinds of things all over the place, from
>                         helping users here to helping there, to being
>                         ML admin backup, ...
> Fabrice Bellard         Project founder, ffmpeg.org name owner, without
>                         him there would be no FFmpeg
> ifj Gereoffy Arpad      the .hu servers we used forever and current
> secondary DNS
> Jean-Baptiste Kempf     our git and incoming ftp
> Kieran Kunhya           (trac.ffmpeg.org server)
> Lou Logan               (already in the comittee)
> Nikolay Aleksandrov     ffbox1, seting up VMs on ffbox1, other ->ffbox1
> copiing work
> Reimar Doeffinger        (already in the comittee)
> Roberto Togni           some work moving away from .hu, providing secondary
> Tim Nicholson           mail stuff, spam filtering
> if i forgot someone who did significant infrastructure related work
> in the last year please add them to the list
> I intend to in 1-2 weeks or so to post a DECISSION mail with the list
> (probably later as ill forget again) and then everyone can vote on
> the list
> Thanks
> --
> Michael     GnuPG fingerprint: 9FF2128B147EF6730BADF133611EC787040B0FAB
> Democracy is the form of government in which you can choose your dictator

Some of them are not (FFmpeg or whatever) developers. So subject name is wrong.

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