[openstack-dev] [tc] Question about electorate for project without gerrit contribution
graham.hayes at hpe.com
Tue Mar 15 20:35:23 UTC 2016
On 15/03/2016 20:29, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> On 03/15/2016 08:22 PM, Tony Breeds wrote:
>> However, at the risk of sounding like a humorless automaton, we have a valid
>> * Monty Taylor for Packaging-Deb PTL https://review.openstack.org/#/c/292690/
> This started as a joke. Please don't pick-up the joke, and make it a
> serious proposal. This isn't funny anymore.
> Obviously, Monty isn't interested (otherwise, he would have help with
> https://review.openstack.org/#/c/264726/, which he didn't despite his
> generous offer to do so in Tokyo but he had other priorities).
> Also again, please have a look at the openstack-pkg-tools Git history here:
> There's at least 3 commits a week on this repository.
> Now, compare this to the single commit to add a .gitreview file from Monty:
> That's also a commit on the Liberty branch, and we've switched to
> debian/mitaka a long time ago.
>> Also by the rules I feel like we have no choice but to reject
>> * Adding Packaging-Deb/Thomas_Goirand.txt
> I know we have established governance rules. They exist for a reason.
> Though I hope everyone understand what happened after my explanation.
> I believe what you wanted to write is:
> "If we don't think first and follow the rules without even trying to
> understand, we *WOULD* reject. But we are humans with brains, not
> machines, therefore, it's ok"
> Because *you do* have a choice, don't you?
> Thomas Goirand (zigo)
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Does the current PTL not have the ability to propose extra-atc's for
Would a solution be for zigo to propose the people active in
to the governance repo (including himself) and the TC approve it.
This would give an electorate, and give Zigo the right to run as PTL.
I know the timescales would be short - but it might be workable.
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