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Re: is there a difference between EPEL SIG and EPEL contributors?



On 28.10.2008 14:04, Patrice Dumas wrote:
On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 01:28:32PM +0100, Till Maas wrote:
For the Fedora Collection there exist FESCo, rel-eng, the infrastructure team and a lot of SIGs and also a lot of other groups (artwork, website, translation, ...), so there is some distinction.
There are also some rel-eng and infras people for EPEL, and the
other groups are, in my opinion also part of EPEL (artwork, website,
translation) as EPEL is under the fedora umbrella. But there is no
fedora SIG, and I don't think that FESCo plays this role either -- FESCo
is the equivalent of the EPEL Steering commitee.

As mentioned earlier today on this list already: the EPEL SIG (and it's steering committe) is below FESCo in Fedora's government model (or did that change recently? then I missed that).

There could be SIGs within EPEL at some point, but I don't think about
EPEL as a SIG.

Neverthelees it was created as one and the SIG (not the Steering Committee iirc; that was build by the SIG) got permission to run EPEL from FESCo.

/me now tries to stay away from this discussion

CU
knurd


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