Issue-458 Website Updates for Board of Directors 2022 Elections

Signed-off-by: Zhou Fang <zhou.fang@eclipse-foundation.org>

Change-Id: Iff8509596d350fe055a07c7f3b8a2dc194ac10b5
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diff --git a/elections/2022/adams.xml b/elections/2022/adams.xml
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+<!-- id is the same as the file name without the extension
+     type is one of "committer" or "add-in-provider" -->
+<boardmember id="adams" type="committer">
+
+	<name>George Adams</name>
+
+	<title>Senior Program Manager, Microsoft</title>
+
+	<!-- Name of the file containing the image of the candidate; location relative to this file.  -->
+	<image>adams.jpg</image>
+
+	<!-- eMail address will be modified before it is included on a webpage so that robots will not harvest it. -->
+	<email>georgeadams1995@gmail.com</email>
+
+	<phone></phone>
+
+	<!-- How do we contact you? e.g. postal address -->
+	<contact></contact>
+
+	<!-- What do you do with eclipse? -->
+	<eclipse_affiliation>Eclipse Adoptium</eclipse_affiliation>
+
+	<!-- Feel free to include html tags and what-not between the CDATA tags. -->
+	<vision>
+		<![CDATA[
+		<p><b>Java (OpenJDK)</b><br>
+		For years there has been confusion in the Java ecosystem. Which vendor should I use? Which version should I use? Where should
+		 I download my binaries from? This is a challenge that I’ve been determined to resolve. Companies wanted to avoid vendor lock-in
+		  and so AdoptOpenJDK was born. The project grew from strength to strength and quickly became the successful OpenJDK distribution
+		   that we know today. But… we needed more resources, more marketing expertise and more legal support, and that’s why we recently
+		    announced our intention to move AdoptOpenJDK to the Eclipse Foundation. My first and main goal for the Eclipse Foundation is
+		     to make it <b>the place to get Java (OpenJDK) from</b>. I hope to <b>bring vendors together</b> in one centralised place and collaborate
+		      in the open for the benefit of the community.</p>
+		
+		      <p><b>Outreach</b><br>
+		     With physical conferences starting to slowly become the normal again, I want to ensure that the Eclipse Foundation and all of its projects
+			 are well represented around the world. Combining an in-person strategy with virtual conferences is a great opportunity to reach more developers 
+			 than ever before and I want to build on this to increase developer awareness of the Foundation.</p>
+		       
+		       <p><b>Membership</b><br>
+		       Over the years I have collaborated with many companies that are large contributors/users of Java. Many of these are 
+		       great candidates for Eclipse Foundation membership but are unaware of its benefits and the importance of supporting the 
+		       organisation. I hope to increase their awareness of the fantastic work that the Eclipse Foundation does to support the 
+		       open-source ecosystem and bring them onboard.</p>
+		       		      		
+		]]>
+	</vision>
+
+	<!-- Tell us a little bit about yourself. -->
+	<bio><![CDATA[
+	<p>I am a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft and the PMC chairperson of Eclipse Adoptium. I also represent Microsoft on the working group steering committee. 
+	Since co-founding AdoptOpenJDK in 2016 I have been leading the community outreach efforts both at AdoptOpenJDK as well as the broader Java ecosystem.
+	I played a key role in moving the AdoptOpenJDK project into the Eclipse Foundation and look forward to the coming year as the project continues to grow far beyond its current 350+ million user-base.
+	I strongly believe in open-source language ecosystems and thrive on the challenge of leading the foundations behind them.
+	I would cherish the opportunity to represent the Adoptium working group (as well as others) on the Eclipse Board of Directors.</p>
+		
+	<p>I also contribute to both the OpenJS Foundation and the Node.js Foundation where I am a core collaborator and play an active role in several of the workgroups.</p>
+]]>
+	</bio>
+
+	<!-- Who do you work for? -->
+	<affiliation>Microsoft</affiliation>
+
+</boardmember>
diff --git a/elections/2022/jiang.xml b/elections/2022/jiang.xml
index f6d6bfd..5fd7c47 100644
--- a/elections/2022/jiang.xml
+++ b/elections/2022/jiang.xml
@@ -18,25 +18,21 @@
 	<contact>12 Beechwood Crescent, Eastleigh, Hampshire, UK, SO53 5PA</contact>
 
 	<!-- What do you do with eclipse? -->
-	<eclipse_affiliation>I'm an Eclipse committer and contribute in a number of projects, including MicroProfile, Jakarta EE and others. I'm also a member of Eclipse Architecture Council.</eclipse_affiliation>
+	<eclipse_affiliation>Emily is an Eclipse committer and contributes in a number of projects, including MicroProfile, Jakarta EE and others. She is also a member of the Eclipse Architecture Council.</eclipse_affiliation>
 
 	<!-- Feel free to include html tags and what-not between the CDATA tags. -->
 	<vision>
-		<![CDATA[ I would like to nominate myself for Committer Representative to the Eclipse Foundation Board of Directors so that I can represent the committers of Eclipse projects to work with Eclipse Foundation closely in order to improve the policies and culture so that Eclipse Foundation can better understand the committers and address committers concerns. I also want to feedback the policies to committers and provide feedback back to the policy makers for further policy adjustment in order to build a healthy and open culture. 
+		<![CDATA[ If elected as a Committer Representative to the Eclipse Foundation Board of Directors, Emily can represent the committers of Eclipse projects to work with the Eclipse Foundation closely in order to improve the policies and culture so that the Eclipse Foundation can better understand the committers and address committers' concerns. Emily is keen to work with committers to provide feedback to the policy makers for further policy adjustments in order to build a healthy and open culture.
 		]]>
 	</vision>
 
 	<!-- Tell us a little bit about yourself. -->
 	<bio>
-    <![CDATA[ I have been an active committer for Eclipse Foundation since 2017. As one of the <a href="https://projects.eclipse.org/content/emily-jiang-committer-eclipse-microprofile" target="_blank">top committers in MicroProfile</a>, I contributed significantly towards MicroProfile releases and success.
+    <![CDATA[ 
+<p>Emily has been an active committer for the Eclipse Foundation since 2017. As one of the top committers in <a href="https://projects.eclipse.org/content/emily-jiang-committer-eclipse-microprofile" target="_blank">MicroProfile</a>, Emily contributed significantly towards MicroProfile releases and success. Emily is also a committer for Jakarta Contexts and Dependency Injection and Interceptors and contributed in the future features, and she is now helping out the Jakarta EE 10 release. Emily is a co-lead for Jakarta Config, which is to move MicroProfile Config to Jakarta so that other Jakarta specifications can benefit from the configuration feature.</p>
 
-I am also a committer for Jakarta Contexts and Dependency Injection and Interceptors and contributed in the future features and I am now helping out Jakarta EE 10 release. I am a co-lead for Jakarta Config, which is to move MicroProfile Config to Jakarta so that other Jakarta specifications can benefit from the configuration feature.
 
-I was appointed to the Architecture Council in 2018. I have been actively involved in the policy update and provide bi-directional feedback between Eclipse Foundation and Communities. One of my contributions was to work with Eclipse Foundation to remove the heavy review process for service releases and get the Specification Process updated, which was greatly appreciated by the projects. I am also a mentor for the project Eclipse Temurin and LSP4MP to help explain policies and releases etc.
-
-Due to my experience and active involvement in a number of Eclipse projects, I would like to run for the committer representative election to represent the communities and provide bi-direction feedback in order to further strengthen the relationship between the community and Eclipse Foundation.
-
-My profile can be accessed <a href="https://accounts.eclipse.org/users/ejiang" target="_blank">here</a>. 
+<p>Emily was appointed to the Architecture Council in 2018. She has been actively involved in the policy update and provided bi-directional feedback between the Eclipse Foundation and Communities. One of her contributions was to work with the Eclipse Foundation to remove the heavy review process for service releases and get the Specification Process updated, which was greatly appreciated by the projects. She is also a mentor for the project Eclipse Temurin and LSP4MP to help explain policies and releases etc. Emily's profile can be accessed <a href="https://accounts.eclipse.org/users/ejiang" target="_blank">here</a>.</p> 
 ]]>
 	</bio>
 
diff --git a/elections/content/en_index.php b/elections/content/en_index.php
index e2f2ea5..55985d3 100644
--- a/elections/content/en_index.php
+++ b/elections/content/en_index.php
@@ -37,35 +37,28 @@
   <div class="homeitem3col">
     <h3><?php print $year; ?> Elections </h3>
     <p>
-      Nominations for the 2022 elections are now open. To nominate someone, send email to <a href="mailto:elections@eclipse.org">elections@eclipse.org</a>. This page will list the candidates when nominations close on January 28, 2022.
+      Nominations for the 2022 elections are now closed. Below is the list of candidates. Individual candidate pages will be published when voting opens on February 10, 2022.
     </p>
 
+    <p>Committer Candidates</p>
+    <ul>
+      <li>George Adams</li>
+      <li>Emily Jiang</li>
+      <li>Matthew Khouzam</li>
+      <li>Shelley Lambert</li>
+      <li>Ed Merks</li>
+    </ul>
 
-    <!-- 
-<p>Below is the list of candidates in the 2021 elections. Their individual candidate pages will be published by February 11.</p>
-
-<p>Committer Representatives</p>
-<ol>
-<li>George Adams</li>
-<li>Chris Aniszczyk</li>
-<li>Aleksandar Kurtakov</li>
-<li>Andrey Loskutov</li>
-<li>Thomas Mäder</li>
-<li>Ed Merks</li>
-<li>Kevin Sutter</li>
-</ol>
-
-<p>Contributing Member Representatives</p>
-<ol>
-<li>Farah Papaioannou</li>
-<li>Torkild Ulvøy Resheim</li>
-<li>Gunnar Wagenknecht</li>
-</ol>
-
-<p>The Contributing Member Representatives have all been elected via acclamation, since we have three positions and three candidates. The 
-community will vote for Committer Representatives only. Voting begins on February 11 and ends at 3pm Eastern on March 4.</p>
--->
-
+    <p>Contributing Member Candidates</p>
+    <ul>
+      <li>Manuel Bork</li>
+      <li>Sayeed Choudhury</li>
+      <li>Mark Goodchild</li>
+      <li>Farah Papaioannou</li>
+      <li>Torkild Ulvøy Resheim</li>
+      <li>Gunnar Wagenknecht</li>
+    </ul>
+    
     <!--  
 <p>Voting has ended in the 2020 elections. To learn about the 
 results, <a href="https://www.eclipse.org/org/press-release/20200319-boardelection.php" target="_blank">see this announcement.</a></p>