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Bug#830344: Project Roadmap question - Call for votes

Margarita Manterola <marga@debian.org> writes:

> I'm a bit saddened by the lack of traction on this topic.
> We are holding other people's work back by our lack of involvement.
> Therefore, I now call for a vote with the following options:
> 1) The TC volunteers to be the Roadmap team
> 2) The TC volunteers to be part of the regular workflow of the 
>     Roadmap team, as an advisory body.
> 3) The TC shouldn't be part of the regular workflow of the Roadmap team.
>     We will always be available for escalations, as usual.
> 4) Further Discussion.
> Additionally, I'd like to ask each TC member to state if they would like 
> to be part of the initial group for the Roadmap team if option 1 doesn't win.
> This is my vote:
> 3 > 2 > 1 > 4

My vote is:

  3 > 4 > 1 = 2

and I do not wish volunteer to be in the initial Roadmap team.

The rationale: While some of the potential forms that this Roadmap idea
might adopt seem to be thoroughly worthwhile, I don't have any great
enthusiasm for making them happen, and they will clearly require a good
supply of enthusiasm, so it seems best to step aside and let the
enthused get on with it.  The TC's contribution so far seems to have
only been to delay things, so that's why I'm voting not to be involved
in that capacity either.

Cheers, Phil.
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