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From "Martijn Dashorst" <martijn.dasho...@gmail.com>
Subject Sending proposal to board: how to?
Date Sun, 27 May 2007 22:54:30 GMT
The graduation guide is a bit vague and incomplete on one point:
sending the resolution to the board.

It is mentioned in the process description to send a message to the
board (to board@), but there are of course no example messages to be
found (board@ is not public).

It would be nice to add the board@ list from the process description
to the graduation guide (which I'll do soon), and perhaps mention a
typical message that can be an inspiration for other Podlings.

However, for proposing graduation to the IPMC a lot of templates are
available, as anyone can search the general@ list for [vote]
graduation. Are such templates, or guidelines for communicating with
the board available?

In its bare essentials I could just send the resolution to board@, but
I think that gives the board a bit too much to dig through (what is
that podling?, did the IPMC vote, are all status check marks checked?,
etc). Of course these would be covered by the IPMC, however I can
imagine that a member of the board at least wants to check what the
project is.

Martijn

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