Reminder: "This election is scheduled to end at Feb. 4, 2019, noon (UTC)."
FYI 3 questions have been asked to candidates on the Users category of discuss.python.org. Some candidates replied which may help you to decide for who to vote.
Antoine Pitrou: "If I were going to submit PEP 574 62 for pronouncement (not really an unlikely scenario), what detailed reaction or resolution would you propose as a Steering Council member?" https://discuss.python.org/t/question-for-steering-council-candidates/687
Steve Dower: "What are your thoughts on a Direction Group?" (like C++ Direction Group) https://discuss.python.org/t/question-for-steering-council-candidates-physic...
Antoine Pitrou: "What is your take on project-wide decisions made at physical core developer meetings (such as Language Summits or Core Developer Sprints). Do you approve of them? Should there be a permanent ban on such decision-making?" https://discuss.python.org/t/question-for-council-candidates-direction-group...
See also: "My thoughts on a good composition for the steering council" https://discuss.python.org/t/my-thoughts-on-a-good-composition-for-the-steer...
Le lun. 21 janv. 2019 à 14:09, Ernest W. Durbin III firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit :
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