New LP-liason MOTU Leaders
persia at ubuntu.com
Tue Feb 3 14:25:46 GMT 2009
Morten Kjeldgaard wrote:
>> 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.
>> 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").
Scott Kitterman wrote:
> I appreciate the two of you stepping up to do this important task.
> 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.
While I agree that the list of priorities does not include the
expected input to be truly considered to represent MOTU priorities, I
very much disagree that the process for role transfer is in any way related.
More specifically, while we have a fairly detailed process by which
people join or leave some of our delegated teams (motu-sru,
motu-release), we have not historically used this process for transfer
of MOTU Leaders, including transfers since the adoption of this process
for the delegated roles.
So, if there is a desire to have this process affect the singleton
MOTU Leaders as well as the delegated teams, this change should be
raised for review and discussion separately from the criticism of our
new LP liaisons' prioritisation choices.
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