> Certainly -- the intent that I expressed in my original e-mail was to fish
> for people's thoughts on the issue, which would then be codified in some
> form. I'm interested in hearing a little more back on how people feel
> about the notion of how larger projects should coordinate work given the
> assumption that "locks" are advisory, but plan to write up a strawman
> sometime in the next week or so. Probably the process forward there will
> be to run the first pass by the core team for some immediate feedback
> regarding the strength of the recommendations, and whether it meets our
> goals concerning addressing the problems that have been discussed. Then
> I'll spit a copy out for more general comments.
Sounds like a great plan to me. Alas I think you'll get more feedback once
you have the strawman proposal, people just seem to work that way.
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