Tag Archives : board elections

Result of First Election for Corporate Member Board Seat

Beginning in 2014 and each year thereafter, Corporate Members of the OpenID Foundation will elect a member to represent them on the OIDF board. All corporate members were eligible to nominate themselves, second the nominations of others who self-nominate, and vote for candidates. It is rare that the OpenID Foundation suffers from an embarrassment of […]

OpenID Foundation 2013 Community Board Member Election Results 38

Thanks to all who voted for the board members who will represent the community at large on the OpenID Foundation Board of Directors. Nat Sakimura, John Bradley, Mike Jones and George Fletcher have been elected to two year terms. All are returning community board members, ensuring continuity and deep technical expertise to the Foundation. Henrik […]

Community Board Election Results 2

I’m pleased to report that 402 votes were cast in the election for OpenID Foundation community board members. The election results (listing candidates and number of votes received) are as follows: Elected to serve 2-year terms: Nat Sakimura 79 John Bradley 65 Mike Jones 64 Kick Willemse 57 The resignation of Marc Frons required that […]

OIDF Board Election Announcement

This is to announce the third election of OpenID Foundation community board members. The Foundation plays an important role in the evolution of Internet identity technologies. Its focus has been driving OpenID adoption through improvements in UX, data management, and helping relying parties and identity providers expand into new application areas.  The 2011 Board will take […]