Cosimo Kroll (zehjotkah) running for council
Cosimo Kroll has announced he is running for a spot in the Maemo Community Council: I see myself as an interface between the average user and the developers/advanced user, because I understand, what developers/advanced users say, and can translate this into simple language. I can't code myself, so this is the best way to help the community in my opinion.
Andrew Flegg (Jaffa) running for the council
Andrew Flegg has announced he is running for a spot in the Maemo Community Council: Having moved up through each generation, I've tried to be active and involved in all aspects of the Maemo community. The last six months, having stepped back from the council, have given me a new perspective. The biggest issue I've seen is one of communication and clear facilitation. We need to reduce the overhead and streamline community action. Andrew was a member of both the first and second councils, and did not run for the third. Your editor will try to insure his impartiality when covering these elections, despite running in them himself.
Attila Csipa (achipa) running for council
Attila Csipa has announced he is running for a spot in the Maemo Community Council: I'm mostly known for my activities relating to Python and Qt (which was also the object of my talk on the last Summit), but am also a member of the Testing squad and have a dozen or so applications and libraries in the repositories (like AppWatch, QuickBrownFox, PyQt, support libraries for Easy Debian on Diablo, etc). Attila also goes by the nick "attila77".
Ryan Abel (GeneralAntilles) running for council
Ryan Abel has announced he is running for a spot in the Maemo Community Council: I've been involved with Maemo in one way or another since the earliest days of the 770, I love this platform, I love this community, and I'd like to help make it the best it can be. Ryan was a member of both the first and second councils, and did not run for the third.