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[fab] Re: time for a "Fedora Core Steering Committee"?



On Mon, 2006-07-10 at 13:07 -0400, Jesse Keating wrote:
> On Monday 10 July 2006 12:33, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> > In other words: Maybe it's time for a "Fedora Core Steering Committee"
> > that operates similar to FESCo? E.g. regular and public IRC meetings
> > (where things like this RPM sage can be brought up and discussed),
> > Meeting summaries, discussions on a public list (maybe it needs to be
> > operate similar to FAB, e.g. invite only and a readonly archive for the
> > public?) ...? It would be okay for me if only Red Hat people are on the
> > "Fedora Core Steering Committee" for now until Extras and Core get
> > closer together, but such a Committee would be start into the right
> > direction IMHO.
> >
> > Just my 2 cent. And yes, I suspect some Core developers won't like that
> > idea very much because it's probably a lot more operation overhead...
> 
> This might not be a bad idea.  In the past, the Fedora Board (under whatever 
> name) was also the Core board.  Now that Fedora is much larger, it does make 
> sense to have a Core board that deals directly with Core, while the Fedora 
> board deals with the project as a whole and issues escalated to it from the 
> various subprojects.

As it turns out, there was some discussion on the board list about this
as well with the hope of talking about it in the next meeting.  We're
going to have a long meeting I think :-P

Jeremy


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