On Fri, 29 Aug 2014 16:08:34 -0600
Stephen John Smoogen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> So in todays (2014-08-29) meeting, we wanted to move the variousRight.
> policy discussions to email so that people could take their time to
> reply and also to allow for people who could not attend time to
> - EpSCO governance.
> Going from the web-page
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL-faster-repo-ideas the following
> items are listed (with additions I added while writing this email.)
> I would like to start with the EpSCO governance to just get that out
> of the way and then move to current rules as we see them. I can act
> as secretary to make sure that changes discussed here are put in
> place on the wiki or other places.
> Policy questions
> - Lifetime of initial committee (9 months?)
> - Replacement of any exiting members (replacement by formal
> vote, etc).
> - Size of committee (4 members? 5 members?)
> - Meeting rules (follow
I'm happy with whatever other people want. I think making things super
formal just causes more problems. I think we agreed on 4 members for
now, we can add by vote of those folks, we should try and meet weekly.
> - How many repos? (examples below)
> - epel,
> - epel-test
> - epel-rolling
> - epel-rolling-test ?
> - epel-edge ?
> - epel-edge-test ?
There's some thought from folks about doing a per point release repos.
I added some comments asking for more details on that idea.
If repos we add as fast moving/whatever they may not need/want testing