Let's drop the 'ubuntu' clause

Enrico Zini enrico at enricozini.org
Mon Nov 1 14:35:41 UTC 2004

On Mon, Nov 01, 2004 at 12:27:53PM +0000, sparkes wrote:

> >This does seem to be a problem - do we have clear set of decision
> >making guidelines  - or is it the people with the passwords that
> >ultimately decide;)
> We have a good process in the CC and the TC we need to make that our own 
> as well.  Then we have the same process across ubuntu land and enrico 
> can take our decisions to CC meetings (and TC meeting on the rare 
> occasions that this would be a better place) secure in the knowledge we 
> are all singing off the same hyme sheet.
> We do need to document the process.  Do we write our own policy doc 
> based on the CC/TC and submit it to the CC for approval?  Enrico can you 
> check on this situation for us please?

So far I've had the feeling that we're intended to be quite independent
and self-organizing, so we could just go on and maintain a (short)
policy or guideline document with the sole intent to collect all the
agreements we had in the past: if the contents of the policy won't be
good enough for someone, they can just bring up the discussion in the
list, like we would do.  

I can take care of maintaining such guideline document, with my
involvement being limited to just putting agreements there in a nice
style, and people shooting at me if by mistake I add something on my
own.  I quickly put down a first attempt in http://www.ubuntulinux.org/wiki/DocTeamGuidelines
and if noone objects I'll start transcribing there the things we agree



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