The noise this group creates and the outward flowing negativity is
seriously embarrassing. How can you all be OK with this?
I literally wish there was a "Block/Mute PHP-Fig" button on the "Internet";
if only that's how it worked. This is doing nothing positive for the PHP
community. The constant bickering and back lashing.
At the moment, from an outside perspective, this is not a community I want
to remotely associate with.
On Wednesday, 24 August 2016 07:14:17 UTC+2, Michael Cullum wrote:
> Hi all,
> I pulled the vote for FIG 3.0 in order to give people a chance to provide
> more feedback as people expressed a wish to give it a bit more time. *The
> vote will open on the 10th September.*
> To quote from my previous post:
> Ultimately, if FIG 3.0 is to go through, it's going to be a huge change
>> for the operation of the FIG and the proposal should be just right before
>> putting it to a vote, with no open issues on the proposal itself.
>> Especially now with an alternative option (a new organisation) being
>> prominently discussed (suggested by Joe and Paul), members deserve a fair
>> vote on the future of the FIG with a vote untainted by votes on process
>> issues or resolvable unresolved content issues and with a proposal that is
>> solid with any issues and feedback addressed. The vote will then
>> essentially become a case of do you want the FIG group to transition to the
>> new structure (dubbed FIG 3.0), or should other options be followed (e.g.
>> Shutting down FIG in favor of a new organization following FIG 3, changing
>> nothing etc.).
>> I'd stress that feedback is really important to the proposal and it's
>> still of course open for changes based on feedback such as when referenda
>> was added to the proposal.
> The TL;DR of FIG 3.0 can be found here <http://bit.ly/fig-3-0>.
> The specs diff can be found in the PR, or you can just read through the
> new bylaws here <https://github.com/php-fig/fig-standards/pull/752> or
> you can just view the bylaws as is (without viewing as a diff) here
> If you have any questions about the spec or wish to discuss points
> further, feel free to post here or create a new topic prefixed [FIG 3.0].
> Michael C
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