Proposal for motu-release charter

Sarah Hobbs hobbsee at
Sun Nov 2 01:47:22 GMT 2008

Stefan Potyra wrote:
> Technically, there aren't any powers that motu-release has, that any other 
> developer doesn't have: motu-release cannot reject a new upstream version 
> while in FeatureFreeze, nor can we accept an uploaded package while in deep 
> freeze (that's left to archive-admins).

Just a note about packages being uploaded in the deep freeze - the
archive admins accept universe packages on the basis of what they're
told by the MOTU release team, at least in the latter stages.  ScottK
and such did a great job in the weeks leading up to the Intrepid Ibex
release, requesting certain packages be accepted/rejected, from
#ubuntu-release.  While you guys can't accept packages directly, you
could by proxy, and it didn't seem to block people at all (from what I
saw, anyway!)


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