Hi, It's OK for me !
Regards, Nicolas 2006/1/19, Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > Thanks Roy. Very timely, since 3.2.6 is (so far) going to be a > final/stable release. > > I propose that for starters those people are: > > me (I'm also in the Apache HTTP Server PMC) > Jim Gallacher > Nicolas Lehuen > Graham Dumpleton > > 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? > > Grisha > > > 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. > > That's great! > > > > 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. > > > > Cheers, > > > > Roy T. Fielding <http://roy.gbiv.com/> > > for the Apache HTTP Server PMC > > >