The ODTUG Hyperion SIG is currently seeking nominations for its board. There are three open seats. At least two of these seats must be filled by customers and the third can be filled by a vendor/partner. Board members need to support and promote the Hyperion SIG goals by taking an enthusiastic role in activities that help to continually provide value to the technical community. Presenting at ODTUG’s annual conferences, assisting with membership and awareness campaigns, mentoring new members, and encouraging other developers/DBAs to participate in the Hyperion SIG are just a few ways that board members can display leadership and contribute to the SIG’s growth and success.
If you would like to help shape the future direction of the Hyperion SIG by joining the board, please submit the following information to Brian Suter, firstname.lastname@example.org: name, company, title, address, e-mail, phone number, head shot, a short campaign statement, and a four to five sentence bio.
SIG Board Responsibilities
- Enable communication with Oracle Corporation on direction and strategy
- Share information and experiences among Oracle Hyperion developers and database administrators
- Facilitate training and education among the Oracle Hyperion developers and database administrators (DBAs)
- Provide representation for the Hyperion SIG at ODTUG Kscope and Oracle OpenWorld
- Help develop the Hyperion tracks at ODTUG Kscope
- Create a Hyperion SIG Quarterly Newsletter
- Maintain Hyperion SIG’s web page on ODTUG.com with relevant and informative content to the development community
SIG Board Member Requirements
SIG Board members must be current paid members of ODTUG; have regular participation in board conference calls; and coordinate and contribute to meetings and conferences including ODTUG Kscope and Oracle OpenWorld.
Rules and Guidelines
- Candidates must be a current paid member of ODTUG.
- Elections are for individual volunteers, not the companies that employ them. The person elected will be a board member. It is recommended that individuals seek approval to run before submission as a candidate.
- Board will consist of nine members with no more than 50 percent from employees of Oracle vendors (50 percent vendor rule).
- No more than two people from one company may serve on the board in any given year.
- A board member’s term will last two years. At the end of their term, former members may choose to run for re-election after one year.
- On any given year, there will be three open positions on the board.
- If positions become open on the board during the year, board members may appoint members at their discretion as long as it does not violate the 50 percent vendor rule.
- Nominations will be open now until July 17
- Voting will be from July 20 – August 5
- Results will be published August 8
Submit nominations to Brian Suter, email@example.com. Include: name, company, title, address, e-mail, phone number, head shot, a short campaign statement, and a four to five sentence bio.