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Re: Request for voting SIG



On Sat, Mar 10, 2007 at 11:59:56AM +0100, Axel Thimm wrote:
> 
> Doesn't the threads on fedora-usrmgmt look like a massive yelling? I'm
> sure if it comes to a vote the majority is against the imported
> fedora-usermgmt stuff.

It is not a valid argument. Having a vote won't cut technical discussion 
threads.

> That's not a battle-voting, it's just a conventional vote.

It is battle voting. There is no consensus on this issue.

> Every sig member, there is not more chaos than discussing things w/o
> ever voting. Voting will *reduce* chaos.

If you refer to the fedora-usermgmt threads voting won't be sufficient.
Hopefully a vote won't stop people discussing.

> A steeringless project is inevitably following Brown's law rather than
> being productive. I certainly feel less than productive with the
> usermgmt stuff taking so much of my epel time.

A steering commitee won't help cutting discussions. Or do you want that?

A steering commitee may be usefull, however if there is a decision to 
take on fedora-usermgmt. And for other decisions, of course.

(I am not convinced that my advice is very important, but I agree with
Thorsten that it is a bit too soon to have a voting body. Though I also
agree with you that it should be needed soon).

--
Pat


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