Merging ubuntu-sru and motu-sru?
jdong at ubuntu.com
Wed Dec 2 19:19:00 GMT 2009
Thanks for taking the time to initiate the merge!
I think this workflow will work fine for me. In all of my experience on the motu-sru team I've never had an issue with the response time of the archive admins.
On Dec 2, 2009, at 4:01 AM, Martin Pitt wrote:
> Hello SRU teams,
> (CC'ing ubuntu-devel@ to archive the discussion and raise awareness of
> this matter)
> a while ago we already had a quick discussion about merging the two
> teams. Now that the archive reorganization has become a practical
> reality , I think it's time to resurrect and finish this process.
> Back then, the two motu-sru special cases were removed from the policy
> , but we still practiced the separation for recent SRUs.
> I propose the following:
> * Structurally, add the three ~motu-sru members (John, David, Cody)
> to ~ubuntu-sru, remove them from ~motu-sru.
> Make ~ubuntu-sru the sole member of ~motu-sru, to retain backwards
> compatibility wrt. existing bug subscriptions, and until folks stop
> subscribing ~motu-sru.
> * Non-archive admins amongst us (i. e. the current motu-sru members)
> still can't technically accept pending uploads, but just as now
> they can review and approve bugs, so that any archive admin can
> just go ahead and accept approved uploads. (In practice this will
> mostly be done by the archive admins which are in ~ubuntu-sru,
> * Every team member can approve/reject any proposed SRUs. Since
> everyone gets the bug mail, there's plenty of chance to discuss
> * If someone doesn't feel comfortable with reviewing an upload,
> please do express your concerns in the bug (too intrusive patch,
> the aim of the change is not clear, etc.), or just leave it for
> someone else to review.
> How do you feel about this? Would you prefer just having one team for
> the entire archive, or envision a different structure which might work
> Thank you,
>  https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2009-November/029618.html
>  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates?action=diff&rev2=137&rev1=136
> Martin Pitt | http://www.piware.de
> Ubuntu Developer (www.ubuntu.com) | Debian Developer (www.debian.org)
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