nybauer at gmail
Feb 20, 2012, 5:43 AM
Post #3 of 3
I've responded on the forum. Sorry, but I just can't keep up with two
separate communication paths.
On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 8:54 AM, Andrew Flegg <andrew [at] bleb> wrote:
> On Thursday, 16 February 2012, robert bauer <nybauer [at] gmail> wrote:
> > I propose a TSG (Technical Steering Group) for CSSU [...]. I have
> sometimes seen the project get delayed because MohammedAG is temporarily
> unavailable, and that there is uncertainty or lack of input over how some
> decisions get made, etc.
> What did MohammadAG say to this proposal? He was the only person who
> stepped up to do this, and has since been joined by merlin1991 et al. The
> Community Council are a facilitating body, rather than an owning body, so
> it's in your remit to assist MAG in this, if he's asked for help. But I
> don't think you have the power for a "hostile" takeover, which is why I'm
> asking. Of course, the CSSU could always be forked - but that's dependent
> on having someone to do the work.
> It's "doers" that Maemo, and the CSSU is missing, not people to sit by the
> sidelines and direct. For example, the stable branch came out because
> someone was willing to put in the work to define how it should be created,
> how it should be managed and then to do that. Many people *said* there
> should be a stable Maemo 5 CSSU, but if someone isn't willing to help with
> the work, so what?
> What would the CSSU TSG do? Can you give concrete examples? As a
> *technical* steering, how would candidates' eligibility be established so
> that a sensible and consistent set of architectural decisions would be made?
> Thanks in advance,
> Andrew Flegg -- mailto:andrew [at] bleb | http://www.bleb.org/
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