The Ubuntu Developer Membership Board is in need of new blood.
Of the seven members of the board, five (5) will be expiring on March 9th. Members of the Developer Membership Board are elected by all Ubuntu Developers for a term of 2 years, meeting in #ubuntu-meeting about once a fortnight. Candidates should be Ubuntu developers themselves, and should be well qualified to evaluate prospective Ubuntu developers.
The DMB is responsible for reviewing developer applicants and decides when to entrust them with developer privileges or to grant them Ubuntu membership status.
Providing at least six valid nominations are received, the new members will be chosen using Condorcet voting. Members of the ubuntu-dev team in Launchpad will be eligible to vote, and will receive voting ballots by email (to their email address recorded in Launchpad). A Call for Nominations has already been sent by email to the ubuntu-devel-announce mailing list (but another call for nominations should follow soon): https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-announce/2016-February/001167.html.
Applications should be sent as GPG-signed emails to developer-membership-board at lists.ubuntu.com (which is a private mailing list accessible only by DMB members).
Of course, if you're nominating a developer other than yourself, please make sure to ask who you're about to nominate beforehand, to make sure they're okay with it.