I was reading the submissions for LOPSA's SysAdminDay contest earlier this morning, and it got me to thinking. Each of the entries has a slightly different viewpoint on what being a systems administrator is. This might, in a nutshell, be a microcosm of LOPSA's biggest problem -- I'm not sure we really know what a sysadmin is or we as an organization want to be when we grow up.
Being a systems administrator can mean many different things depending on your position and your experience.
As several folks have said, the elections are over. As soon as the results are verified they will be posted here and in the LOPSAgram. Thanks to all the people on the LC who worked hard to make this election possible, to the candidates that stood for election, and to all the people who voted.