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Joe Sermarini:
Please nominate your selection for our 2009 Member of the Year, who will be awarded the title Tribunus Plebis (male) or Tribuna Plebis (female).  Nominations will close on 12 December. 

Please only make one nomination or second and only nominate or second the one person for whom you actually intend to vote.

Curtis Clay and Patricia Lawrence have already been awarded Perpetuus status for selection as member of the year twice.   They are no longer eligible for nomination since they are already Tribunes of the People for Life!

To be eligible, the member must:
- Have been a member the entire year.
- Be one of the top 50 posters (currently that means more than 780 posts).
- Either hold one or more of the other titles or serve as a moderator. 

Only one Tribunus or Tribuna Plebis will be elected each year.  Polling will begin after the nominations are complete.  A member that is elected twice will be designated Tribunus Plebis Perpetuus (male) or Tribuna Plebis Perpetua (female) and will be excluded from future election because it is unnecessary.   When a Tribunus Plebis Perpetuus (male) or Tribuna Plebis Perpetua (female) is selected, the member with the second highest number of votes will be selected as member of the year and awarded the title Tribunus Plebis (male) or Tribuna Plebis (female).

Our Tribunus Plebis and Tribuna Plebis to date:
Martin Griffiths (maridvnvm) - Tribunus Plebis 2008
Steve Minnoch - Tribunus Plebis 2007
Patricia Lawrence - Tribuna Plebis Perpetua (2006 & 2005)
Hans-Joachim Hoeft (Jochen) - Tribunus Plebis 2006
Curtis Clay - Tribunus Plebis Perpetua (2005 & 2004)
Dane Kurth (Helvetica) - Tribuna Plebis 2003

It is difficult to choose. There are several members who contribute so much.
I nominate Pep. His sterling work on the Website Award committee deserves to be recognised.

I nominate Martin, especially for his fake detection work.


 I nominate Lars...  a lot of knowledge in all fields...

I certainly second Pep, he puts in a lot, and i mean a lot, of work for Forvm.


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