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From Stefan Bodewig <bode...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [PMC VOTE] Adoption of Bylaws
Date Wed, 21 May 2003 09:41:50 GMT
There's one thing I don't like, the "Adoption of New Codebase" part
under "Actions".

As the text is it reads (at least I read it that way) as if "Rules for
Revolutionaries" were the only possible way to adopt a new code base.
Apart from the fact that I personally don't like RfR too much, I think
that there are other possibilities - e.g. starting from scratch in a
new CVS module with all committers on board like Coccon did for
Coccon2.

I'm pretty sure that "RfR is the only way" is not intended here (but
rather "it is one option") and I'm currently unable to come up with
better language, but the currect text somehow disturbs me.

Do we need to refer to RfR at all?

Stefan

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