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Re: FESCo future



On Mon, 27 Nov 2006, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:

Why not send that signal through an open election?

I think that's not enough for now as we did quite bad with setting the
sign "we seriously want the community involved in Fedora" in the past years.

Then, imho, we've got the same problem in reverse. Saying that "50% of the F-star board is guaranteed to be non-RH" is every bit as bad as saying that "50% of the F-star board is guaranteed to be RH."

The people who do the work of building packages for Fedora decide what the governance of F-star is. Full stop.

We shouldn't try to address problems of perception by making arbitrary decisions in the present. We should decide what is right, and do it.

--g

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