Re: new policy revision
>>"Joey" == Joey Hess <email@example.com> writes:
Joey> I see the following items marked as accepted amendments in the
Joey> policy weekly summary that arn't in the new revision:
I essentially looked at the forwarded bugs titled [ACCEPTED ...]
this time round.
Joey> Definition of extra priority (#33076)
Still seems to be in discussion period (should be set to
forwarded, and retitled as [ACCEPTED XX/XX/XX ]
Joey> Policy still suggests /etc/rc.boot instead of /etc/rcS.d
Joey> Have proposal-submitting guidelines in policy package
I have done this, but have not closed the bug, since it was
again, i did not notice it.
Joey> I understand you didn't put the first in because of a
Joey> procedural snafu, what about the other 2?
I am under rather severe time pressure at the moment. I am
afraid I do not have time to track the status of the proposals on
policy -- I am depending on the principals to change the status of
the reports as suggested in the guidelines.
The stages in a proposals life
a) Pre discussion period, an idea is
floated, and kicked around and wishlist bug, titled [PROPOSAL]
polished for a bit. No preset
time limit, but at some point,
if it is stalled, the bug should
b) Formally seconded, and a time
table set for discussion (normally normal bug, titled [AMENDMENT yy/mm/dd]
10 days to a month)
c) End of discussion period.
i) Consensus: forwarded, titled [ACCEPTED yy/mm/dd]
ii) Stalled closed, titled [REJECTED]
d) edited into the policy doc closed
Hailing frequencies open, Captain.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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