Scott Kitterman ubuntu at
Fri Feb 26 19:37:24 GMT 2010

> On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 03:52:49PM -0500, Scott Kitterman wrote:
>> > Regarding the team unification, is there an expectation that the
>> two-vote
>> > approach will continue?  I don't have a strong preference between the
>> > ubuntu-release and motu-release approaches, but I think it would be
>> strange
>> > to be applying different procedures for different archive sections -
>> or to
>> > different members of the team! - so we should probably pick one...
>> I think it should go.  IMO one of the main reasons to unify the teams is
>> to
>> simply the process for people trying to work through getting needed
>> approvals.
>> If we have two separate rule sets, we may as well keep it two teams (I'm
>> not
>> proposing we do this).
> I think the attached diff for FreezeExceptionProcess reflects the emerging
> consensus.  Are there any objections if I apply this to the wiki and send
> out an updated freeze process mail to u-d-a?
> Are there any team delegations we want to have in place before sending out
> the announcement?
It looks good to me.  No objections.

WRT delegations: I think between Riddell and myself Kubuntu is already
well covered.  In the past I was the server team delegate for Universe,
but the only purpose that served was to obviate the double ack rule. 
Since we're getting rid of that rule, I think there's no need.  I woulnd't
let getting delegation sorted out stop announcing thins.

Scott K

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