On 09/27/2011 09:32 AM, Carl Trieloff wrote:
On 09/27/2011 10:27 AM, Anthony Liguori wrote:
> I think this discussion highlights the need for a bit more structure
> for adding a sub project. I would like to propose the following:
> 1) Project posts an overview page, including scope and short term
> roadmap to ovirt.org
wiki. That page is then copied as a mail to
> 2) There is an official comment period that lasts for a fixed period
> of time (2-4 weeks?). This time period allows for questions to be
> enhanced, and the wiki to be improved.
> 3) At any point in this time period, the proposal can be officially
> 4) At the end of the period, there is a final call for comments before
> a vote takes place.
I like. Don't think we need 2-4 weeks. maybe say discuss till basic
agreement is reached. could be 24 hours, could be weeks.
The other thing I was thinking is that could have Acked-by's and wait to get N
Acked-by's before going to a vote.
The reason for having a time period was to give people time to actually look at
code and read proposals instead of just immediately jumping into a heated
debate. I think forcing a little think time is a good thing.
Let's also add the basic questions for the new project to answer, and
turn this into an additional page on the site.
Do we have a wiki ETA? I'd be happy to start putting together questions.
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