Dispute resolution in Debian

2020-07-26 Thread Felix Lechner
Dear Technical Committee, In deviation from community standards, I top-post. I hope it provides a simple and coherent narrative that is also compelling. You should be familiar with the issues raised in Sean's email. I would model access to conflict resolution on the US courts. There should be

Re: Rethinking the role of the TC

2020-07-26 Thread Don Armstrong
These are a great start for discussion; I think every single one of them is worth discussing, and probably deserves a BoF in its own right. On Sat, 18 Jul 2020, Margarita Manterola wrote: > No design work > -- > > One of the constraints that the TC has to deal with is that we can't >

Re: Rethinking the role of the TC

2020-07-26 Thread Sean Whitton
Hello, On Sun 26 Jul 2020 at 08:47AM -07, Sean Whitton wrote: > It's late in the day but I would like to suggest including this > paragraph in the document in some form. Thank you for doing this in commits today. I'd like to suggest going a bit further, however -- how about this: As work

Re: Rethinking the role of the TC

2020-07-26 Thread Sean Whitton
Hello, On Thu 23 Jul 2020 at 07:40PM -03, David Bremner wrote: > I think it makes sense to formalize the "I'm thinking of bringing the > following issue to the TC" discussions that already happen, to reduce > the amount that people need to rely on existing personal relationships. Might be good

Re: Rethinking the role of the TC

2020-07-26 Thread Sean Whitton
Hello Marga, I'm sorry I didn't reply sooner. On Sat 18 Jul 2020 at 07:50PM +02, Margarita Manterola wrote: > This is true, TC members are expected to be able to deal with "social > issues". But still when issues arrive at our doorstep and we come to the > conclusion that there's no technical