RE: IETF Nominations Committee Chair - 2012 - 2013

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it's time again for Nomcom. Congrats and good luck to Matt Lepinski.

I have to admit I don't know him. I assume this is my issue as I'm an
OPS guy and not much involved in atoca or geopriv.


Having been active in two Nomcoms, I am wondering what a useful
selection criteria for a Nomcom chair could be.

Having experience as a WG chair or having been active as Nomcom voting

I can imagine a retired AD would enjoy it and do an excellent job in
this position.




[] On Behalf Of ext Lynn St.Amour
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Subject: IETF Nominations Committee Chair - 2012 - 2013


To the IETF community,

One of the roles you entrusted to the Internet Society (ISOC) President
& CEO is to appoint the IETF Nominations Committee chair.   This is done
through consultation with the IETF community.

It gives me great pleasure to announce that Matt Lepinski has agreed to
serve as the 2012 - 2013 IETF Nominations Committee chair.

A Call for Nominations for this committee will be sent to the IETF
Announcement list; and a list of the IESG, IAB and IAOC/IETF Trust seats
to be filled will be published shortly.   Please give serious
consideration to volunteering for the Nominations Committee as well as
to possible candidates for the open positions. 

The NomComm process is central to the IETF's success, and it is
important that it have the support of the IETF community.   In the
interim, feel free to make your suggestions known to Matt, who will
share them with the committee once it is seated.   Matt can be reached
at: Matthew Lepinski <>

Thank you in advance for your support and a sincere thank you to Matt
for agreeing to take on this very significant responsibility.


Lynn St. Amour

President & CEO
Internet Society (ISOC)