This is the page for the second yearly Lubuntu Council election.
**Vacant positions:** 5
= Timeframe =
Nomination period starts: 20210122
Voting period starts: 20210212
Candidates chosen: 20210226
= Nominations =
In order to nominate yourself, enter your name and a short description as shown here:
== Foo Bar ==
Foo Bar wants to run for the Lubuntu Council.
== Walter Lapchynski ==
Walter Lapchynski (wxl) wants to run for the Lubuntu Council. He is a long standing Ubuntu Member and has held several leadership roles in the community, including the Community Council, where he currently serves. He mostly does development but does a little bit of everything. He has been with the team since about 2011 or 2012, making him one of the most senior members.
== Dan Simmons ==
Dan Simmons (kc2bez) wants to run for the Lubuntu Council. Dan is a Lubuntu Member, Lubuntu Developer, Assistant Release Manager and currently serves on the Lubuntu Council. He has been actively involved in the Lubuntu Project since the 18.10 release which was the switch to the LXQt desktop environment. Dan is active in the support IRC channel, participates in testing images and testing bug fixes. He has done packaging for Calamares in Ubuntu which is the current installer for Lubuntu. Dan promotes Lubuntu in the community on podcasts and various different Linux channels/forums.
== Thomas Ward ==
Thomas Ward (teward) wants to run for the Lubuntu Council. He is a long standing Ubuntu member, since 2014, and has a number of current roles, including Ubuntu Core Developer and Community Council Member, as well as being on the Developer Membership Board for review of applicants looking for upload rights. He has been actively involved in the Lubuntu Project from behind the scenes, as security consultant for package security concerns and other potential security concerns, as well as one of the primary administrators helping to keep the Lubuntu Project's infrastructure (everything from this Phabricator instance to the Discourse instance to the Telegram-IRC bridge, to the CI infrastructure) online and operational, and to help the Lubuntu Project where he can. Among his other duties such as Ubuntu Server Team member, he's also actively working to test Lubuntu functionality on the RPi 400 and other Raspberry Pi platforms so that embedded devices can get Lubuntu images ready for deployment on the devices.