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From Richard Monson-Haefel <Rich...@Monson-Haefel.com>
Subject Re: Comments on committer process
Date Thu, 11 Sep 2003 06:14:02 GMT
On 9/10/03 8:11 PM, in article
B375C32A-E405-11D7-8601-000A9566A360@coredevelopers.net, "Jason Dillon"
<jason@coredevelopers.net> wrote:

>>> I think we should have person opening the vote create a summary on he
>>> wiki and I think we should have the person aggregating the vote log
>>> the
>>> final summary on the wiki.  This way we can have the formal record in
>>> the email and an easy to read record in the wiki.  The best of both
>>> worlds for only twice the work :)
>>> 
>>> -dain
>> 
>> +1 To ensure that the Wiki accurately reflects the final vote tally
>> from the
>> mailing list, only the aggregating person can be the last person to
>> have
>> edited the page. If someone (i.e. A non-committer) modifies the page,
>> it
>> should be disregarded or rolled back.
> 
> Can setup an #acl on the page so only the person who started the vote
> (and therefor responsible for handling the outcome) can edit the file.
> 
> --jason
> 
> 
Excellent. Perhaps the vote on how committers are added is a good test case
for this Wiki vote summary thingy. My Wiki skills are pretty sad. Can
someone create the first vote summary ... I'm assuming that we are done
voting on how committers are added.



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