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Council By-Election - November 2006

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A vacancy on the InternetNZ Council was created with the resignation of Cr Janet Mazenier in October 2006. This folder contains information about the byelection, held in November 2006. Sam Sargeant was elected to the vacancy.

Document Nominees for the By-Election
Four nominations were received for the vacant position on Council created by the resignation of Janet Mazenier.
Document Results of By-Election
Sam Sargeant was declared the winner of the by-election.
Document Dominic Baron
The Internet is the third quantum leap in the history of the human technology of communication. The first was the creation of written languages, and the second was the invention of the printing press. Without those first two the Internet would not exist.
Document Mark Brunton
Mark Brunton is the Facilitator Research Maori for the University of Otago. Previously, he was the Website Administrator for the Dunedin City Council. Mark has more than 20 years experience in the computing industry in operations, software development, systems analysis and website design, development and management.
Document Sam Sargeant
I have been involved in the New Zealand Internet industry for over 10 years, with the past 4 years as Technical Director of OneSquared. I am standing for election to InternetNZ Council to assist in the development of an open and uncapturable Internet in this country.
Document Lee Sycamore
I have been closely involved for the past 9 years as a consultant, developer and designer in the development of the Internet in New Zealand. I came into the industry with a solid background in publishing, design and advertising.
Image Photo of Sam Sargeant
Photo of Sam Sargeant to accompany biographical notes.
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