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From "Roy T. Fielding" <field...@gbiv.com>
Subject Re: What kind of oversight Is required for a release?
Date Mon, 14 Nov 2005 20:08:28 GMT
The only thing that makes a vote binding is the fact that the
person is recognized as a member of the project management committee
by the board.  If they aren't so recognized, the foundation doesn't
consider them qualified to make project decisions.

That is the answer to your question regardless of what the project
guidelines or its chair says on the matter.  The foundation requires
those three +1s on releases.  Other decisions are less important.

All HTTP server project releases require three +1s from PMC members
on the committee-info list, regardless of what is being released.
There are no exceptions, and if anyone thinks they are an exception
then it is probably because their project doesn't belong under httpd.


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