By my reading, here is the list of those willing to participate in a
Plone 4 framework team:
That's eight names, and an excellent set of skills for a release
that's not likely to emphasize UI work.
If you'd like your name added, or removed, please put in a message soon.
Ideally, a framework team should have an odd number of members in
order to avoid tie votes. However, in watching the last couple of
voting sessions for Plone 3, I noticed that there were not that many
PLIPS on which every person voted. So, I think the 'odd number' rule
of thumb isn't really that important.
The first matter of business for a new Framework Team is to nominate a
Release Manager to the board. My impression is that Eric Steele has
been accepted by acclamation. If anyone would like to have a private
framework team discussion on that, please let me know in an e-mail,
and we'll get a list organized to allow non-public discussion.
Thanks all! Steve
On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 1:05 PM, Laurence Rowe <l...@lrowe.co.uk> wrote:
> Jon Stahl wrote:
>> Eric Steele wrote:
>>> A gentle prod since Steve wants to have something to vote on by
>>> There seems to be general agreement on the hybrid team idea. Can we pare
>>> this down to a list of 7 people?
>>> We currently have responses of:
>>> available: Raphael (3), Ross (4), Matt (4)
>>> unavailable: Andi (3)
>> I'd like to gently encourage Hanno to play a formal role on this new FWT.
>> As the "Plone trunk/future" release manager and our most prolific
>> contributor, I think it will be important for him to provide continuity
>> between the Plone 4 release and Plone Future.
>> I would also personally love to see Martin Aspeli and Laurence Rowe in the
>> mix as well, since they have such deep understandings of our stack and are
>> helping architect large chunks of the future.
> I'm happy to be a part of this team too, presuming that most of the work
> will be later in the summer.
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