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From Jim Waldo <Jim.Wa...@sun.com>
Subject Re: Responsibilities of the PPMC
Date Mon, 19 Feb 2007 14:01:18 GMT
I agree as well.

Jim

On Feb 18, 2007, at 9:40 PM, John McClain wrote:

> I think "reasonably high bar for commit to ensure working social  
> and technical compatibility, and then faster PMC" is a reasonable  
> place to start (understanding that it may well be imposable to  
> change once we start....)
>
> I think "initial committer list == initial PPMC" is fine too.
>
> Jim Hurley wrote:
>> I am +1 for this position/proposal.  Can others on the list
>> please state your opinion (I think this will be a healthy
>> activity for us).
>> Geir - I am assuming that we're going to make
>> initial committer list == initial PPMC, though.  Cool
>> with that?
>> thanks -Jim
>> On Feb 16, 2007, at 5:21 AM, Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote:
>>> On Feb 16, 2007, at 5:14 AM, Mark Brouwer wrote:
>>>
>>>> Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> My personal taste lately is a reasonably high bar for commit to  
>>>>> ensure working social and technical compatibility, and then  
>>>>> faster PMC.
>>>>
>>>> Given the nature of the ASF and the high quality and consistency  
>>>> of the
>>>> codebase brought in I'm inclined to go for you personal taste.
>>>>
>>>> In theory it might be possible to come up with a completely  
>>>> different
>>>> process that would be a better fit, but for me it will be a  
>>>> waste of
>>>> time to start thinking of that and why not try something that  
>>>> has proven
>>>> itself on a few occasions.
>>>
>>> But note that the bar isn't really that high overall - to me it's  
>>> more about social compatibility than technical prowess, because  
>>> someone who understands their limits, works well with others, and  
>>> is willing to learn is a treasure :)
>>>
>>> geir
>>>
>>>> --Mark
>


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