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2014 LOPSA Board Election results

Steve VanDevender, Matt Disney, John Boris, and George Beech are elected to the four seats which had terms ending this year.
The Board is informed at the same time as the membership via e-mail to lopsa-discuss. A mail server glitch may have contributed to a delay in this announcement. We apologize for that delay.

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Online Map Strangeness

So today I read about the I495 bridge in Delaware that was closed for major repairs. I tried to find it on Google Maps and it doesn't exist (http://bit.ly/SHxm70). I tried Mapquest and yes, there is was (http://www.mapquest.com/us/de/wilmington). Finally I put Google Maps in Satellite view and yes there it is (http://bit.ly/1ljgiuH). So, do you think it was correct for Google Maps to remove the bridge from their normal view like it never existed?

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2014 LOPSA Board Elections

https://election.lopsa.org/lopsavote/ is now live.

There are 5 candidates to be elected to four "at large" positions. The newly
elected board will, at their first meeting (~August), choose officers for the positions of President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.

The vote ends at 1600 UTC on June 15.

I have voted, now it's *your* turn.

Mario Obejas
LOPSA Leadership Committee Chair

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2014 LOPSA WiAC Stipend Awarded to Anahita Davoudi

It's my great pleasure today to announce that the winner of the 2014 LOPSA stipend to attend the USENIX Women in Advanced Computing Summit is Anahita Davoudi! Congratulations Anahita!

We asked each person entering to answer two questions in essay form, and we were all delighted with Anahita's attitude and determination to make a difference. Here are her responses:

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The voice behind LOPSA's Social Media - Craig Constantine

I'd like to take a few minutes to announce that LOPSA member Craig Constantine is a new voice behind LOPSA's social media feeds.

Craig joins the Communications Committee to help reach out and engage our members, followers, and the general public to help with our goals of advocating for system administrators everywhere. 

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