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From "Noel J. Bergman" <n...@devtech.com>
Subject RE: [RESULT][VOTE] Re: request for incubation: axion database project
Date Tue, 23 Dec 2003 19:53:26 GMT
Rodney Waldhoff wrote:
> Noel J. Bergman wrote:
> AISI, the reason there was no summary is that the vote was halted on the
> grounds that it was improper.  Because DB had already voted to accept the
> project, the Incubator does not vote to accept it (ballot 1).  If you want
> to view ballot 2 as a vote to release it, I guess you could say it failed.
> But I think we tried moving from the pro forma phase to actually trying to
> work with you.  :-)
>
> 	--- Noel

> The notion of automatically accepting projects already accepted by a
> sponsor seems like a good one.  It's not very clear from the process
> docs that this is the case.

As said before, the docs are in need of a major overhaul.  Hopefully,
somewhere in the axion or near axion-graduation timeframe.

> As a point of clarification, does that mean that someone with the
> appropriate karma can create a new podling via lazy consensus

There are *very* few people with the karma and know-how to create a
project's resources.  So the "karma" aspect of your question is rather moot.
However, we have established the policy that if another PMC asks the
Incubator to accept a project, we will do so.

> I don't know what "AISI" stands for, but the way.
> For that matter, what's RT stand for in [RT]?

AISI == As I See It
RT == Random Topic

I see RT used on a few lists, I don't consider RT to convey a useful
semantic.

	--- Noel


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