On 5 September 2014 08:27, Jeff Sheltren <jeff@tag1consulting.com> wrote:
On Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 3:08 PM, Stephen John Smoogen <smooge@gmail.com> wrote:
  • EpSCO governance.
    • Lifetime of initial committee (9 months?)
This is fine for me.  Somewhere in the 6-12 month range seems reasonable.

I am going to take your initial request for putting an end date for this emergency committee but change the end date to March 31 2015. I think that will put a good 6 months to our current work and hopefully get it to a state where the next committee can focus on regular package problems. 

    • Replacement of any exiting members (replacement by formal vote, etc).
Vote of existing committee members, or vote of the wider EPEL dev/user community?  I'm fine with having it done with a committee vote.
    • Size of committee (4 members? 5 members?)
I was in favor of 4 members when it was brought up in the last meeting.  However, it occurs to me that all of the people volunteered/nominated are RedHat employees (correct me if I'm wrong?).  So I'd prefer to have one more member -- a non-RH person.  This is in no way a comment on you all who I trust and believe want to do best by the community, but others may not see this the same way.

At this point there isn't anyone who isn't a RH employee who has said they could make regular meetings and would like to sit on a steering committee to do a lot of grundge work looking through policies and dealing with people. If there is such a person I would be happy to look at them as a 5th member (or if one of the 4 want to leave).

Stephen J Smoogen.