All RAC SIG members should have received an announcement regarding the voting that’s now in progress for new RAC SIG board members/officers. There were several nominations received in July and early August and voting is open now to all RAC SIG members. Just login to the site and use the Elections tab to cast your votes. Make sure you vote for each office (nominations for each office are on separate pages).

I’m giving up my spot as the Events Chair and am running for the President position along with several other fine candidates. Please vote today!

In related news, I just posted the RAC SIG Events taking place at Oracle Open World 2008 on the front page of the site, so check those out (and add them to your schedule in the OOW Schedule Builder) if you’re planning to attend OOW this year!

  • http://surachart.blogspot.com surachart

    I voted for you ;)

    anyway, What session did you post at Oracle Open World?

  • http://www.dannorris.com/ Dan Norris

    I am presenting several sessions myself. I listed those in my previous
    posting at
    http://www.dannorris.com/2008/08/07/upcoming-pr

    The announcements I mentioned are for the RAC SIG sessions at OOW that I
    helped coordinate (I am the Events Chairperson, after all!). Check them
    out on the RAC SIG homepage.

    Thanks for the vote!

  • http://orajourn.blogspot.com Charles Schultz

    Some of those entries were downright hilarious; I almost expected a Mickey Mouse to show up. And I was pleasantly surprised at the entries for the international chair.

  • http://www.dannorris.com/ Dan Norris

    Agreed–we didn't provide any samples, so the quality and
    appropriateness of entries varied pretty widely. Now that we've done it
    once, hopefully, those interested will take some notes from the winners
    (which should be announced in the next couple of weeks).

    Thanks for voting!

  • http://orajourn.blogspot.com Charles Schultz

    Some of those entries were downright hilarious; I almost expected a Mickey Mouse to show up. And I was pleasantly surprised at the entries for the international chair.

  • http://www.dannorris.com/ Dan Norris

    Agreed–we didn't provide any samples, so the quality and
    appropriateness of entries varied pretty widely. Now that we've done it
    once, hopefully, those interested will take some notes from the winners
    (which should be announced in the next couple of weeks).

    Thanks for voting!