[openstack-dev] Motion to start using Gerrit for TC votes
flavio at redhat.com
Wed Aug 7 07:35:33 UTC 2013
On 06/08/13 17:32 -0300, Monty Taylor wrote:
>Currently, we make motions by email, then we discuss them by mailing
>list, then we discuss them more in IRC, then we vote on them - at which
>point the actual thing voted on may or may not get recorded somewhere
>easy to find.
>What if instead we had a repo with a bunch of ReStructureText in it -
>perhaps a copy of the TC charter and then a dir for additional things
>the TC has decided. That repo would be autopublished to a non-wiki
>website ... and the core team for the repo was the TC. EXCEPT, we didnt'
>do a 2 core +2 thing ... we'd have some slightly different rules. Such
>as - certain number of days it has to be open, certain number of +1
>votes, etc. And then only the TC chair has the actual APRV vote, which
>is used to codify the vote tallies.
I like the idea, sounds easy and simple.
Would it make sense to have a copy of the votes at the end of that RST
file (or somewhere in that commit) ? This will replicate vote results
to our repo instead of just keeping them in Gerrit - in case the later
+1 Sounds good.
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