MEI Board elections 2017: Call for candidates

MEI Board elections 2017: Call for candidates

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tl;dr: for nominations to the MEI Board go to https://goo.gl/VKgYW9
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Dear MEI Community,

on 31 December 2017 the terms of three MEI Board members will come to an end. The entire Board wishes to thank Giuliano Di Bacco (Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University, Bloomington), Laurent Pugin (Swiss RISM Project, Bern), and Kristina Richts (Musikwissenschaftliches Seminar Detmold/Paderborn) for their dedication to the MEI community.

In order to fill these soon-to-be-vacant positions, elections must be held. The election process will take place in accordance with the Music Encoding Initiative By-Laws.[1]

Nomination phase (26 October – 23 November, 2017)
– Nominations can be sent by filling in the form at https://goo.gl/VKgYW9 between 26 October – 23 November, 2017.[2] – Any person who subscribes to MEI-L has the right to nominate candidates.
– Nominees have to be members of the MEI-L mailing list but may register until 7 December 2017.
– Individuals who have previously served on the Board are eligible for re-appointment.
– Self nominations are welcome.
– Individuals will be informed of their nomination and asked to confirm their willingness to serve on the Board.
– Acceptance of a nomination requires submission of a short CV and a personal statement of interest in MEI (a maximum of 200 words each) to elections@music-encoding.orgby 6 December 2017.

Election phase (7 December – 21 December 2017)
– The voting period will be open from December 7 – December 21, 2017.
– The election will take place using OpaVote and the Ranked Choice Voting method (https://www.opavote.com/methods/ranked-choice-voting).
– You will be informed about the election and your individual voting tokens in a separate e-mail.

Post election phase
– Election results will be announced after the elections have closed.
– The term of the elected candidates starts on 1 January 2018.
– The constituting meeting of the new MEI Board will be held on Monday, 15 January 2018.

The selection of Board members is an opportunity for each of you to have a voice in determining the future of MEI. Keep MEI open!

Peter Stadler and Benjamin W. Bohl
MEI election administrators 2017
by appointment of the MEI-Board

[1] The By-laws of the Music Encoding Initiative are available online at: http://music-encoding.org/community/mei-organization/mei-by-laws/
[2] All dates are supposed to be 23:59 UTC.

MEI Board: Call for candidates

Dear MEI Community,

On December 31, 2016, the terms of three MEI board members will come to an end. The entire Board wishes to thank Axel Teich Geertinger, Eleanor Selfridge-Field, and Johannes Kepper for their dedication to the MEI community. Additional gratitude is due Johannes for his leadership as Chair of the Board.

In order to fill these soon-to-be-vacant positions, elections must be held. The election process will take place in accordance with the Music Encoding Initiative By-Laws.[1]

Nominations

– Nominations can be sent to  between November 21 – December 19, 2016.
– Individuals who have previously served on the Board are eligible for re-appointment.
– Any person who subscribes to MEI-L has the right to nominate candidates and/or be a candidate.
– Self nominations are welcome.
– Individuals will be informed of their nomination and asked to confirm their willingness to serve on the Board.
– Acceptance of a nomination requires submission of a short CV and a personal statement of interest in MEI (a maximum of 200 words each) to  by January 1, 2017.

Election

– The voting period will be open from January 1 – January 15, 2017.
– The election will take place using OpaVote and the Ranked Choice Voting method (https://www.opavote.com/methods/ranked-choice-voting).
– You will be informed about the election and your individual voting tokens in a separate e-mail

The selection of Board members is an opportunity for each of you to have a voice in determining the future of MEI. Keep MEI open!

Benjamin Bohl
MEI Elections Officer 2016
by appointment of the MEI-Board

[1] The By-laws of the Music Encoding Initiative are available online at: http://music-encoding.org/community/mei-organization/mei-by-laws/

MEC 2017 Call for Proposals Published

The call for proposals for the Music Encoding Conference 2017 is now live! Proposals for papers, posters, panel discussions, and pre-conference workshops are encouraged.

As well, we’ve updated the important dates for the conference:

4 November 2016: Deadline for abstract submissions (extended to 18 November 2016)
2 December 2016 9 December 2016: Notification of acceptance of submissions
15 May 2017: Pre-conference workshops
16-17 May 2017: Conference
18 May 2017: ‘Un-conference’ Day

Watch the Conference webpage for more information.

MEC 2016 Call for Proposals Published

The call for proposals for the Music Encoding Conference 2016 is now live! Proposals for papers, posters, panel discussions, and pre-conference workshops are encouraged.

As well, we’ve updated the important dates for the conference:

31 October 2015: Deadline for abstract submissions
15 December 2015: Notification of acceptance of submissions
17 May 2016: Pre-conference workshops
18-19 May 2016: Conference
20 May 2016: Un-conference Day

Watch the Conference webpage for more information as it comes available.