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On Saturday, 2018-02-10 at 18:06 +0100, Richard Brown wrote:
Seems good to me.
I have doubts about one part, though:
* openSUSE Members will retain all of the rights,
responsibilities they do today (Voting, Emails/Cloaks Recalling the
* Any openSUSE contributor can apply to be a Member
* The threshold for Membership will be reduced from "sustained and
substantial contribution" to "a contribution and a desire to be a
Member" (ie. not every contributor should feel compelled to engage
with the Project in this way).
* If the contribution can be automatically verified, they will
automatically become a Member. (New tooling here will be required, but
for example, a quick parse of the public mailinglists would be able to
verify a good number of contributions, be they through bug reporting,
package contributions, or support on the mailinglists)
* If they cannot be automatically verified, they need to be manually
verified, but only require a single +1 vote from the Membership
This is the part I have doubts: single vote?
And no veto possibility?
I think veto should be a possibility, but should be justified. And then
perhaps a third person would have to decide between the pro and against,
if the two can not agree.
Carlos E. R.
(from openSUSE 42.3 x86_64 "Malachite" at Telcontar)
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