[OSGeo-Discuss] incubation committee wants you!

Jody Garnett jody.garnett at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 06:30:16 PDT 2012

> it is necessary be an OSGeo charter member to help you in the
> incubator committee?. I searched info about that question in OSGeo
> wiki but not found it.

Participation in any OSGeo activity is open to all (as we are a volunteer organisation). Indeed participation in committee's, local chapters, code sprints and so on are a great way to take part in the organisation. As people get to know you they will be in position to comment on your work, and perhaps nominate you as a charter member.

The charter member thing is one of the few activities with a strict responsibility (i.e. the requirement to vote in the upcoming board elections). Everything else is volunteer driven, with the only guideline being to volunteer within your means.

All the best,
> Thanks.
> Micho GarcĂ­a
> GIS Developer Artisan
> michogarcia.org (http://michogarcia.org)
> geomati.co (http://geomati.co)
> 2012/7/12 Jody Garnett <jody.garnett at gmail.com (mailto:jody.garnett at gmail.com)>:
> > It is great to see so much enthusiasm on the email list with the Charter
> > membership nominations. A reminder that a lot of the action is at the OSGeo
> > committee level.
> >  
> > With that in mind the incubation committee is looking for volunteers to help
> > mentor projects. This is a great way to get involved with the foundation,
> > meet new people and new projects and champion the ideals of our foundation
> > where it matters (i.e. close the to code!).
> >  
> > If you are interested in helping out - please sign up to the Mailing List
> > and introduce yourself.
> > --
> > Jody Garnett
> >  
> >  
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