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Ballot SC36: Election of Server Certificate Working Group Chair

Ballot Results

The voting period for Special Ballot SC36 has ended and the Ballot has Passed. Congratulations Jos!

Here are the results:

Voting by Certificate Issuers

24 votes total including abstentions

24 Yes votes: Actalis, Buypass, Camerfirma, Certigna (DHIMYOTIS), Certum (Asseco), CFCA, Chunghwa Telecom, D-TRUST, DigiCert, Disig, eMudhra, Entrust Datacard, GDCA, GlobalSign, HARICA, iTrusChina, Kamu SM, OATI, OISTE, SECOM, SHECA, SwissSign, TrustCor, SecureTrust – 0 No votes: – 0 Abstain:

100% of voting Certificate Issuers voted in favor.

Voting by Certificate Consumers

5 votes total including abstentions

– 5** Yes votes: Cisco, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, 360 – 0 No votes**: – 0 Abstain:

100% of voting Certificate Consumers voted in favor.

Relevant Bylaw references

Bylaw 2.3(f) requires:

– a “yes” vote by two-thirds of Certificate Issuer votes and 50%-plus-one Certificate Consumer votes for approval. Votes to abstain are not counted for this purpose. This requirement was met for both Certificate Issuers and Certificate Consumers. – at least one Certificate Issuer and one Certificate Consumer Member must vote in favor of a ballot for the ballot to be adopted. This requirement was also met.

Under Bylaw 2.3(g), “a ballot result will be considered valid only when more than half of the number of currently active Members has participated”. Votes to abstain are counted in determining a quorum. Half of currently active Members as of the start of voting was 11, so quorum was** 12** votes – quorum was met.”

Ballot Contents

The following motion has been proposed by the Server Certificate Working Group Chair Dimitris Zacharopoulos of HARICA.

Purpose of Ballot

This special ballot is to confirm the new Chair of the Server Certificate Working Group.

Motion begins

In accordance with Bylaw 4.1(c), Jos Purvis representing Cisco is hereby elected Chair of the Server Certificate Working Group for a term commencing on November 1, 2020 and continuing through October 31, 2022.

Motion ends

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