On Oct 3, 2014, at 9:02 AM, Doug Hellmann <d...@doughellmann.com> wrote:

> On Oct 3, 2014, at 7:13 AM, Eoghan Glynn <egl...@redhat.com> wrote:
>>> As promised at this week’s TC meeting, I have applied the various blog posts
>>> and mailing list threads related to changing our governance model to a
>>> series of patches against the openstack/governance repository [1].
>>> I have tried to include all of the inputs, as well as my own opinions, and
>>> look at how each proposal needs to be reflected in our current policies so
>>> we do not drop commitments we want to retain along with the processes we are
>>> shedding [2].
>>> I am sure we need more discussion, so I have staged the changes as a series
>>> rather than one big patch. Please consider the patches together when
>>> commenting. There are many related changes, and some incremental steps won’t
>>> make sense without the changes that come after (hey, just like code!).
>> Thanks Doug for moving this discussion out of the blogosphere and
>> into gerrit. That will be very helpful in driving the discussion
>> forward.
>> However, given the proximity of the TC elections, should these all
>> patches all be workflow -1'd as WIP to ensure nothing lands before
>> the incoming TC is ratified?
>> (I'm assuming here that the decision-making on these fairly radical
>> proposals should rest with the new post-election TC - is that a
>> correct assumption?)
> Yes, this is absolutely meant to be voted on at some point after the 
> election. My goal was to turn the blog posts into specific changes to our 
> current policies, in part so we could understand the gaps in what people are 
> saying in more abstract terms elsewhere.

It also looks like one of the early changes will need to be rebased before it 
can merge. Rather than lose the discussion context, I will wait as long as 
possible to do that, so please continue commenting on the current draft.


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