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FESCo Meeting Summary for 2007-06-07

Members Present 
      * Brian Pepple (bpepple) 
      * Jason Tibbitts (tibbs) 
      * Jesse Keating (f13) 
      * Toshio Kuratomi (abadger1999) 
      * Bill Nottingham (notting) 
      * Kevin Fenzi (nirik) 
      * Dennis Gilmore (dgilmore) 
      * Jeremy Katz (jeremy) 
      * Tom Callaway (spot) 
      * Rex Dieter (rdieter) 
      * Christian Iseli (c4chris) 
      * Josh Boyer (jwb) 
      * Warren Togami (warren) 

== Summary ==
      * FESCo approved the proposal to allow OLPC to make use of our
        systems, and leaves it up to rel-eng and Infrastructure teams to
        make it happen reasonably, with weekly reports to FESCo. For a
        nice write-up of the benefits refer to:
      * FESCo approved the proposal to make John Palmieri (J5) a

Proposal for update tool defaults
      * FESCo approved the rel-eng proposal to have the update tool
        defaults pushing to updates-testing. For more details please
        refer to:

Security Updates needing Security Team approval proposal
      * FESCo is amenable to the idea, and is awaiting a proposal from
        the Security team. 

Bugzilla component merge status
      * still being worked on. warren will poke some people to try to
        speed this up. 

fedora-devel-announce list
      * FESCo approved warren's proposal for the fedora-devel-announce

Proposal Templates
      * FESCo gave general approval to f13's suggestion for a template
        for proposals that appear before FESCo, which will include items
        like 'when it will happen', 'who is driving it', 'whom it will
        effect', 'rollback plan', 'where in wiki will need to be

      * bpepple mentioned that he had briefly discussed with Max Spevack
        about possibly delaying the upcoming FESCo election a few weeks,
        so that the FESCo & the Fedora Project Board (FPB) could have
        the elections at the same time. This would also give time for
        the FPB to more clearly define the responsibilities of FESCo in
        the post-merge world. 
For full IRC log:

Brian Pepple <bpepple fedoraproject org>

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