Hi, * Sune Vuorela <email@example.com> [2009-07-29 12:07]: > On 2009-07-29, Luk Claes <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Who would you like to propose a release cycle to the project if not the > > Release Team? > > What I have seen so far, both from the press announcement and from the > video, it is not a proposal. it is a decision. [...] Why is that such a big problem for you? I mean without stating my opinion about the content of this decision itself I think as it's the release teams job to make such decisions and for myself just trust them that this is the best decision for the project. Everyone is free to join the release team and take part in such discussions if you really want that. I am not sure either whether that is a good decision or not but I feel not competent enough in the area of release team work to 100% judge that so I just trust in their work and their experience. That's what teams are for, reducing workload. The only thing that really bugs me a bit that the security team hasn't been contacted about this beforehand as well and as we need to support the releases this sucks a bit. But well, let's see what happens and LART them later in case of problems. Cheers Nico -- Nico Golde - http://www.ngolde.de - email@example.com - GPG: 0xA0A0AAAA For security reasons, all text in this mail is double-rot13 encrypted.
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