PEP 8105 – 2024 Term Steering Council election
- Ee Durbin <ee at python.org>
- Thomas Wouters <thomas at python.org>
This document describes the schedule and other details of the 2023 election for the Python steering council, as specified in PEP 13. This is the steering council election for the 2024 term (i.e. Python 3.13).
The steering council appointed the Python Software Foundation Director of Infrastructure, Ee Durbin, to administer the election.
There was a two-week nomination period, followed by a two-week vote.
The nomination period was: November 9, 2023 through November 22, 2023 AoE .
The voting period will be: November 27, 2023 through December 11, 2023 AoE .
Candidates must be nominated by a core team member. If the candidate is a core team member, they may nominate themselves.
Nominees (in alphabetical order by first name):
- Barry Warsaw
- Donghee Na
- Emily Morehouse
- Gregory P. Smith
- Pablo Galindo Salgado
- Thomas Wouters
- Victor Stinner
All active Python core team members are eligible to vote. Active status is determined as described in PEP 13 and implemented via the software at python/voters .
Ballots will be distributed based on the the Python Voter Roll  for this election.
While this file is not public as it contains private email addresses, the Complete Voter Roll by name will be made available when the roll is created.
The election will be conducted using the Helios Voting Service.
2024 Python Steering Council Election
Election for the Python steering council, as specified in PEP 13. This is steering council election for the 2024 term.
Use voter aliases:
Randomize answer order:
Help Email Address:
Voting starts at:
November 27, 2023 12:00 UTC
Voting ends at:
December 11, 2023 12:00 UTC
This will create an election in which:
- Voting is not open to the public, only those on the Voter Roll may participate. Ballots will be emailed when voting starts.
- Candidates are presented in random order, to help avoid bias.
- Voter identities and ballots are protected against cryptographic advances.
- (approval) answers. Result Type:
Select candidates for the Python Steering Council
Answer #1 - #N:
Candidates from Candidates_ Section
Of NN eligible voters, MM cast ballots.
The top five vote-getters are:
No conflict of interest as defined in PEP 13 were observed.
The full vote counts are as follows:
This document has been placed in the public domain.
Complete Voter Roll
Active Python core developers
Adam Turner Alex Gaynor Alex Waygood Alexander Belopolsky Alyssa Coghlan Ammar Askar Andrew Svetlov Antoine Pitrou Barney Gale Barry Warsaw Batuhan Taskaya Benjamin Peterson Berker Peksağ Brandt Bucher Brett Cannon Brian Curtin C.A.M. Gerlach Carl Friedrich Bolz-Tereick Carl Meyer Carol Willing Cheryl Sabella Chris Withers Christian Heimes Dennis Sweeney Dino Viehland Donghee Na Emily Morehouse Éric Araujo Eric Snow Eric V. Smith Erlend Egeberg Aasland Ethan Furman Ezio Melotti Facundo Batista Filipe Laíns Georg Brandl Giampaolo Rodolà Gregory P. Smith Guido van Rossum Hugo van Kemenade Hynek Schlawack Inada Naoki Irit Katriel Ivan Levkivskyi Jason R. Coombs Jelle Zijlstra Jeremy Kloth Joannah Nanjekye Julien Palard Karthikeyan Singaravelan Ken Jin Kumar Aditya Kurt B. Kaiser Kushal Das Larry Hastings Łukasz Langa Lysandros Nikolaou Marc-André Lemburg Mariatta Mark Dickinson Mark Shannon Nathaniel J. Smith Ned Deily Neil Schemenauer Pablo Galindo Paul Ganssle Paul Moore Petr Viktorin Pradyun Gedam R. David Murray Raymond Hettinger Ronald Oussoren Senthil Kumaran Serhiy Storchaka Shantanu Jain Stefan Behnel Stéphane Wirtel Steve Dower Tal Einat Terry Jan Reedy Thomas Wouters Tim Golden Tim Peters Victor Stinner Vinay Sajip Yury Selivanov Zachary Ware
Last modified: 2023-11-23 16:45:52 GMT