Re: To all candidates: which way out of the project ?
Charles Plessy <email@example.com> writes:
> In Debian, we stay member until we die or quit (or very exceptionally, are
> expelled). The consequence is that it is hard to evaluate how much active
> members we have. It may also create more crispations about giving membership.
> We often discussed about how to become a member, but more rarely about the
> other side of it. I would be interested to read your opinion, especially on the
> implications that the current practice, or possible changes, have for the
> project as a whole.
Inactive members can also be caught red-handed by way of the MIA team,
as Cyril and Lucas mentioned already.
I belive we do not need any more exits than what we already have:
* People can gracefully retire completely
* People can opt to become Emeritus
* People can leave the project by natural means
* People can be expelled
* People can become inactive and spotted via MIA, and dealt with
according to the MIA policies.
That's plenty of ways already, pretty much all bases covered. We should,
perhaps, be a bit more aggressive with MIA checks at times, but that
does not really need any big sweeping changes within the project.
Right now, uncaught inactive members are not much of a burden, except
for having an active account, with all of its security and other
Do you see a particular problem, or shortcoming, perhaps, that you'd
like to see solved?