Thanks Roy. Very timely, since 3.2.6 is (so far) going to be a
I propose that for starters those people are:
me (I'm also in the Apache HTTP Server PMC)
Just to clarify this a bit - I think a +1 on successful test for a
particular OS/whatever combination from any of the above people is NOT the
same as the "binding +1" Roy's referring to. So when we're done collecting
+1's which are just test results from subscribers of the list (and any
subscriber can send a +1), then at least 3 of the above list need to agree
that we have sufficient approval to go ahead with the release.
Roy - could you confirm this makes sense?
On Wed, 18 Jan 2006, Roy T. Fielding wrote:
It looks like mod_python is making good progress and everyone
is collaborating in the Apache way of testing and voting.
Unfortunately, I have almost no insight into who these great people
are that are doing the RM task and testing and voting and preparing
for a next release. That's not so great, since it is my job (as
VP of Apache HTTP Server Project) to be sure that the ASF knows all
this work is being done in its name and so that all of the people
doing it are appropriately recognized for their work.
So, please, take a few moments to decide amongst yourselves who
should have binding votes on mod_python (i.e., who has earned it),
keeping in mind that you need at least three binding +1 votes in
order to make any release at Apache, and send me a list of names
and email addresses of those people so that I can properly
record them in our records.
Roy T. Fielding <http://roy.gbiv.com/>
for the Apache HTTP Server PMC