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The Drupal Association board has two positions for members elected by the community.

Voting is open now, but only for a couple of days. Voting closes midnight Thursday 19 September 2013.

Don't procrastinate...

VOTE NOW - community elections for the board of the Drupal Association

It's that time again... the Drupal Association needs new board members!  

Nominations for the community elected positions close at midnight UTC on Friday 6 Sep 2013

Check out https://groups.drupal.org/node/314373 for all the details... 

Note: you will need to login to the Drupal Association website before you can access the nomination form!  Don't let that "Access Denied" message stop you ;)

 

Found this fantastic aerial photo on the website of the Royal Park Protection Group

http://www.royalparkprotect.org.au/

They've been fighting to protect Royal Park for many years.

Royal Park, Melbourne
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Burke and Wills expedition monument in Royal Park with Melbourne skyline
Royal Park is the largest of Melbourne's inner city parks (181 hectares). It is located 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) north of the Melbourne Central Business District, Victoria, Australia, in the suburb of Parkville.

Royal Park was an important Aboriginal camping ground and fell within the territory of the Wurundjeri people, with whom John Batman made his infamous land deal in 1835. Described by Batman as being, ‘thinly timbered with gum and wattle and she-oak’, development and grazing on the site erased most of the original vegetation.

Royal Park is a remnant of a much larger reserve of 625 hectares (2,500 acres) set aside for recreation purposes by Governor Latrobe in 1854. On his last day in Melbourne he permanently reserved the area now known as Royal Park.

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