[openstack-dev] Motion to start using Gerrit for TC votes
dolph.mathews at gmail.com
Wed Aug 7 15:19:52 UTC 2013
On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 3:58 AM, Thierry Carrez <thierry at openstack.org>wrote:
> Monty Taylor wrote:
> > 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 think that's a great idea, tracking revisions of proposed motions and
> recording of the results/votes is not so great at this point. I would
> still prefer to use the ML and the meeting to *discuss* the motion, but
> tracking wording changes and approvals should be made easier.
> A few questions:
> * Chair can use APRV once the vote is over to indicate YES wins... how
> to indicate that the vote is over and NO won ? Abandon the review ?
> * How do we handle proxies ? Giving temporary +2 to a non-TC member
> sounds like a bit of pain
Do you need to handle proxies? Unless you need to start and finish a vote
in the duration of a TC meeting, Gerrit is naturally asynchronous.
> Thierry Carrez (ttx)
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