6 W3C Advisory Board seats were recently made available. Since I suggested a few changes and adaptations in W3C's structure, and because I do care about the Consortium, I applied for one of these seats. The election just took place, and the six individuals whose seats were made available were all re-elected... The three other candidates, including myself, had almost no chance to get a seat. That's life, no problem, even if I wonder about the usefulness of a new Process rule limiting AB seats to 2 mandates in a row, just to give fresh air and new voices to the AB. Anyway, I just wanted to let the AB know that I'm always available to help if needed.

BTW, congrats to Arun Ranganathan for his re-election, this time with his recent Mozilla affiliation.