daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com
Wed Mar 7 17:37:49 GMT 2007
in yesterday's MOTU meeting we decided the following changes to our
current MOTU SRU workflow:
In a nutshell:
1. Remove the pre-upload-to-proposed ACK requirement (make
-proposed open to ubuntu-dev without motu-sru approval).
2. The sponsoring ubuntu-dev member is responsible for gathering
testing with 2 ACKs, which must be documented on the LP bug and
in the final -updates changelog.
3. The minimum aging period of 7 days in -proposed remains.
4. motu-sru goes away.
The change was agreed on by the people attending the meeting and 4 of
the 5 MOTU Council members for the following reasons:
* speed up the process by not waiting for five testers
* require the sponsor to test and verify the update too
* transfer some responsibility to the MOTU sponsoring the upload,
thus broaden the team of people who can 'approve the proposed'
The complete text: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/SRU
The change: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/SRU?action=diff&rev2=33&rev1=32
Have a nice day,
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