On 07. 07. 21 17:01, Neal Gompa wrote:
>>> Is there scope for having self-contained changes
>>> approved 2 weeks after being posted to Fedora devel list
>>> in absence of controversy ? In that 2 week period, if someone
>>> raises an objection that does not get a satisfactorily resolved
>>> through discussion, they could raise an explicit request for a
>>> FESCo vote on the change as a last resort.
>> We lazy approve after three weeks of no objections from the time it
>> was posted to the list. This is true for both system-wide and
>> self-contained changes.
> Maybe I'm mis-understanding what you mean by lazy approved ? My
> understanding was that everything ends up with a formal FESCo
> ticket created from the moment the change is published and thus
> gets voted on ?
If there are no "-1" votes, it gets accepted.
Technically, it still requires at least one +1.