jspaleta at gmail.com
Mon Mar 31 22:02:53 UTC 2008
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 1:32 PM, Josh Boyer <jwboyer at gmail.com> wrote:
> Actually, this part could happen tomorrow to a degree. Infrastructure
> already provided two Xen guests to do composes on. There are some of us
> that have access to them. I used them to spin the XFCE spin.
Regardless of whether infrastructure can flip the switch on the hosting
instance. Useful access is NOT going to happen tomorrow....because access
to this hinges on there being best practices guidance being developed by a
peer group. Let me be very clear. I plan to make sure the Board blocks on
any more trademark approvals until there is a 'credible' Spin SIG in place
with at least a draft of technical best practices inside our project
This proposal is a general framework for which the 'new' community peer
group to live in relation to existing Fedora structures. This proposal is
not the end of the discussion. Once we make room for the Spin SIG, it must
self-organize and it must make a credible attempt to setup a transparent
community driven technical review process that the Board can rely on. I'm
not going to willingly hand over keys to community compose hosts to anyone
before that happens. I don't care if members of RelEng volunteer to act as
the button pushers or not.
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