IntroductionIt’s voting time again at Hyperion SIG-land, so you happy ODTUG members, this is your chance to get out there and select the representative(s) of your choice.
The candidates, in alphabetical order are:
- Kevin Cox of Lennox International
- Janice D’Aloia of Mo’mix Solutions
- Cindy Eichner of Finit Solutions
- Courtney Foster of Newland Real Estate
- Juan Porter of TopDown Consulting
- Henry Robin of ConocoPhillips
- Robb Salzmann of Accelatis
- Tony Scalese of Edgewater
- Anthony Stefanac of James & Monroe
Split ‘em by jobI don’t know if it matters to you or not: Janice, Cindy, Juan, Tony, Robb, and Anthony all work for, or own, consulting/software companies.
I don’t know if this matters, either: Kevin, Courtney, and Henry are customers aka clients aka industry. That last term has never really made sense to me, but such is life.
How do you vote?Go right here.
You must make sure you’ve logged into the ODTUG web site by clicking on the login link at the top of the page.
How many candidates can you vote for?This isn’t Chicago or Philadelphia. That is a Good Thing. Or Not.
Here are the extremely simple rules.
- You must be a full ODTUG member. If you weren’t a member, and went to KScope11, you are now a member.
- You have three votes.
- You do not have to vote three times – you can vote for one, two, or three candidates.
- You can only vote once per candidate.
Who do I recommend?Ah, that’s a bit of a secret. Seriously, I have my favorites, and they’re likely not all that hard to figure out, but I don’t want my insanity/stupidity/genius to influence you.
This is the Australian ballot, after all (what, you think I’d write a post like this without some completely obscure bit of trivia?), so whoever you vote for is your secret.
It isn’t compulsory, but it’s still a good ideaYou may or may not live in God’s Own Country (I seem to be on an antipodean kick in this post – it is a really beautiful country and they did pioneer electoral reforms and yes, that PhD. in Imperial labor history would have been a lot of fun) and so it may not be against the law to not vote, but you should think long and hard about voting.
This is your chance to determine the direction of the EPM side of ODTUG. Vote now.