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From "Roy T. Fielding" <>
Subject Re: board report due tomorrow
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2008 18:57:05 GMT
On Feb 18, 2008, at 4:32 AM, Issac Goldstand wrote:
> Nick Kew wrote:
>> On 18 Feb 2008, at 08:29, Issac Goldstand wrote:
>>> I think we also adopted mod_dns at Apachecon,
>> That'll be *cough* _provisionally_ adopted.  Decisions are made on- 
>> list.
>> Remind me where to find the thread.
> I hope this link works, as I haven't used Markmail's new UI very  
> much yet:
> +mid:juhrpyxq635mhy6n+state:results

Ah, the problem with having a proposal that lots of people +1 and nobody
concludes with a "okay, it's approved, now here's what we do next"  
is that everyone assumes someone else is handling it.  I should have  
it up when your ping went unanswered.

>>> although it's *cough cough* still not in SVN :)
>> Evidently no committer has taken up the baton.
>>>> Added three committers: [...] Issac Goldstand (httpd),
>> *cough*  :-)
> Interestingly enough, I thought *that* was provisional, since those  
> votes happened on the PMC list and while some folks told me  
> informally that it had happened, this is the first notice I've seen  
> it "formally" anywhere - I suppose I never tried to actually use  
> the commit bits yet either; I only looked at Jim's committer list  
> once or twice since then, (which is embarassingly up-to-date now,  
> though I swear it only listed me on httpd-apreq last time I  
> looked... :D)

Likewise, I thought (from the commentary) that someone on the PMC was  
helping you with the process, and since you were already a committer  
on apreq
and already asked for the commit access... in other words, none of  
the normal
things that would cause me to send you a message when I added the karma
applied.  Too many assumptions.

> Anyway, I'll shut up and stop making a public fool of myself now.

Nah, nothing would ever happen around here if we didn't have reminders.
Let's finish the mod_dns stuff on its own thread.


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