On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 1:05 AM, Karsten Wade <kwade(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I have a proposal that in selecting proposals we do this:
1. Decide which proposals are worthy of taking if we had an endless
2. Order those proposals and fund the ones we think should have budget
3. The other proposals are unfunded but otherwise good enough to
proceed; offer to the students and mentors of those proposed
projects they can run the project for full credit but no pay.
Based on the rest of the mail (which I snipped out) this does seem
like a great way to move ahead. At this point in time it would be
compelling to start off and, start showing off projects being
As an aside, I'd like us to revisit the concept of
: it would form an important part of the
'show to the world the goodness'