New LP-liason MOTU Leaders
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Mon Feb 2 21:15:53 GMT 2009
On Mon, 2 Feb 2009 20:25:39 +0100 Morten Kjeldgaard <mok at bioxray.au.dk>
>Due to lack of time, Reinhard Tartler (siretart) has chosen to resign
>as the MOTU Launchpad Liason. William Grant (wgrant) and Morten
>Kjeldgaard (mok0) have stepped forward and will share these duties.
>The Launchpad Liason provides Launchpad developers with prioritized
>bugs/specs relevant to MOTU and MOTU with information on Launchpad
>changes and progress.
>Because of limited time, and also due to the lack of a satisfactory
>solutions for conducting a proper poll among the MOTUs, William and
>Morten have already -- on behalf of the MOTU -- given the LP developer
>team feedback on the priorities of the MOTUs for the LP 3.0
>development cycle (see https://dev.launchpad.net/VersionThreeDotO/Soyuz/Inputs
> column "T").
>We focussed our attention on features we judged would be of importance
>and of concequence to the day-to-day work of the MOTU.
>In the future, we will attempt to find a more satisfactory solution to
>getting broader input from the whole team.
I appreciate the two of you stepping up to do this important task.
Now for the bad news ...
However good this list may be, it has no legitimate basis to be considered
a "MOTU" input.
Part of our process for role transfer includes a chance for community
review of such delegations. Until this has happened (I guess we now have
that chance), I don't see any legitimacy to speak on our behalf.
Alternatively, this list could have been based on input from the community.
That didn't happen either.
I'd like to ask you to withdraw this subission and instead give the
community a chance for input.
We did give siretart input some time ago. Was that used?
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