Burying the underlying issue yet again under the carpet or "Hall
monitoring" it wont resolve it neither will a shouting contest between
people do. People will need leave all emotion behind and look neutrally
at each other point of view and listen to each other constructive
criticism to gradually build up and achieve a compromised solution
between themselves and all parties involved.
Everyone knows the underlying issue that dissatisfies so many of the
community ( otherwise Kevin would never been elected to FESCo ) and to
resolve that issue the board needs to step back and look at the project
in whole, it's members, where it is and where it wants it to be and
coming up with a clear cut vision of what the project is going to
achieve and who they are trying to attract while achieving that goal.
As long as the project vision remains clouded and is sending out mixed
signals the underlying issue will never be resolved and will leave
contributors stuck in a Groundhog day unable to move on either within
this project or to another one and the same issue will continue to
re-surface release cycle after release cycle gradually increasing the
disruption and the rift in the community.