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PackageACLOpening and NewMaintainerContainment Re: Plan for tomorrows (20071220) FESCO meeting

On 19.12.2007 19:49, Brian Pepple wrote:
> /topic MISC -
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/JesseKeating/PackageACLOpening - f13 
> /topic MISC -
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/JesseKeating/NewMaintainerContainment -
> f13 

I'd like to ask FESCo to please not realize the PackageACLOpening
proposal without the NewMaintainerContainment. In fact if FESCo should
I'll continue to lock down my packages just because I fear the risk that
a just-sponsored-contributers puts something bad (e.g. malicious code)
into one of my packages in CVS (even if then there are much better
targets to get bad code out to users easily) and uses the CTRL+C trick
to prevent a commit message.

While on the CTRL+C issue to prevent commit messages: will FESCo
continue to ignore it?

Further: I'd like to ask FESCo to add a rule to that all proposals have
to be posted to this list as full text with a special tag in the subject
(something like [Proposal for FESCo voting]) -- currently its IMHO way
to easy to miss a proposal that come up for FESCo voting. And often only
links gets posted to the wiki pages -- the result afaics is that only a
few people click on the link, even less read, and even less comment on
it; if they comment then in the wiki, where others miss it.

IOW: no real discussion comes up and contributers don't get involved
into the decision finding process. That's not what FESCo wants -- or is it?


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