I think that's sensible, including making the team public.

> This struck me as a little absurd: if we weren't going to dissolve it, 
Nick should definitely be part of the old "Django Core".

It's not done yet, and while we're in this limbo stage, we're potentially 
missing out on some good maintainers before a decision has even been made. 
You can still put forward names for the core team if you think they'd make 
good members,  though I'd understand your hesitation.

On Tuesday, 13 August 2019 05:12:51 UTC+10, Carlton Gibson wrote:
>
> Oh, one more thing. I'd like to make this a "Public" team. I think there 
> should be some visibility and recognition for the folks who work so hard on 
> keeping Django strong. 
>
> As part of that I'd add it to the Teams list on djangoproject.com, and 
> maintain a list of previous members, for those who had stepped down. 
>
> C. 
>

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