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Vacant Developer Membership Board seats: Second call for nominations

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Ubuntu

We have received insufficient nominations to fill all of the vacant seats. The deadline for nominations is therefore being extended by *two weeks*. This makes the timescale as follows: - Nominations should be received by: February 24, 2014 00:00 UTC - Election (if any) starts: Febuary 24, 2014 - Election (if any) concludes: March 10 2014: ~12:00 UTC - New members confirmed on: March 10 2014, with terms beginning March 11, 2014

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