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[#6510] Nominate Stephan Reichhelm for TMC

2014-02-25 17:22
Submitted by:
Jens Fitzke (jfitzke)
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Jens Fitzke (jfitzke)
Nominate Stephan Reichhelm for TMC

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Following the rules in http://wiki.deegree.org/deegreeWiki/StructuresAndProcedures...

"Adding Members: Any member of the deegree-devel mailing list may nominate someone for committee membership at any time. Only existing PSC committee members may vote on new members. Nominees must receive a majority vote from existing members to be added to the PSC. "

... we have to approve the nomination of Stephan Reichhelm for the TMC. Some communication from deegree-users is copied below.

My vote: YES

Please add your votes as comments to this ticket or by mail to psc@deegree.org


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Betreff: Re: [deegree-users] Nominations for Technical Management Committee?

Datum: Tue, 18 Feb 2014 22:10:18 +0100

Von: Markus Schneider <schneider@occamlabs.de>

Antwort an: deegree-users@lists.sourceforge.net

An: deegree-users@lists.sourceforge.net

I would like to nominate Stephan Reichhelm.

Stephan has been working with deegree for several years now. He has

excellent Oracle knowledge and for deegree 3, he contributed the

deegree-sqldialect-oracle module. Besides the database level, he has a

working knowledge of many other areas of deegree (e.g. rendering). I

expect him to be a very valuable addition to the TMC.

Best regards,



And here's a mail of Stephan himself:


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Betreff: Re: [deegree-users] Nominations for Technical Management Committee?

Datum: Mon, 24 Feb 2014 12:59:16 +0000

Von: Reichhelm Stephan <reichhelm@grit.de>

Antwort an: deegree-users@lists.sourceforge.net

An: 'deegree-users@lists.sourceforge.net' <deegree-users@lists.sourceforge.net>


i think it is now a very good time to join the TMC and

also be more active in the community.

My focus on deegree is currently Oracle and server side related.

The oracle-sqldialect was developed by me and i am currently

working to prepare a oracle-georaster module for deegree 3.4.

I am working with deegree since 2007 (2.x) / 2011 (3.1) on a

a project where i have gained skills in the oracle, styling

and many other parts of deegree.

Best regards

Stephan Reichhelm



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