Hello idpy developers!
It’s that time again! Time to accept nominations for the Board slate. Three of the current board members are at the end of their term; all three have agreed to continue on as Board members:
• Heather Flanagan (Spherical Cow Group)
• Leif Johansson (SUNET)
• Christos Kanellopoulos (GÉANT)
As a reminder regarding board seats:
"The IdentityPython Board has a minimum of three, and a maximum of seven natural persons. The founding IdentityPython Board has appointed a number of its constituting Directors to serve a half (12 month) term, and the remainder to serve a regular (24 month) term. Subsequent Directors are elected by the IdentityPython Board to regular 24-month terms according to the procedure set out in these Statutes. The founding Board will select a nominating committee of active developers and other contributors to identify candidates for ongoing Board membership. Directors are permitted to seek office for multiple terms, however, when running against other candidates the amount of terms they have consecutively served is deducted from the votes cast in their favour. This provides a balance between continuity, equal opportunities and renewal of qualities and competences."
(From the Identity Python statutes, officially published with The Commons Conservancy: https://dracc.commonsconservancy.org/0024/)
If you have interest in serving on the board, please let Ivan or I know. Nominations are open until 15 January 2023. If no new nominations come in, the board will re-appoint the current members.
The idpy developers call this Tuesday, 13 December is cancelled. But don’t worry, you can get your craving for idpy information satisfied through Roland’s seminar on Wednesday, 14 December!
I plan to hold a seminar on December 14th this year between 17:00-19:00 CET, on Zoom (the link will be published later).
The outline of the seminar:
"If you ever have wondered why a software package looks like it does now is your chance to get to know all about one package. In this seminar I will describe the underlying architecture of IdpyOIDC, a software implementation of all things OpenID Connect and OAuth2. The intended audience is both implementers and people the are using or plan to use IdpyOIDC in a project."
The link is available on the idpy slack channel. If you are not on that channel and would like to attend the seminar, let me know and I’ll make sure to send you the zoom link.
While our next call is scheduled for 20 December 2022, it’s highly likely we’ll cancel that for the holidays. I will send out an announcement and let you know closer to the date.
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December 14th 17:00-19:00 CET I will hold a seminar:
"If you ever have wondered why a software package looks like it does now is your chance to get to know all about one package. In this seminar I will describe the underlying architecture of IdpyOIDC, a software implementation of all things OpenID Connect and OAuth2. The intended audience is both implementers and people the are using or plan to use IdpyOIDC in a project.”
The link to the Zoom room is https://sunet.zoom.us/j/63605279502