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Re: Having a "DPL committee"?

On March 27, 2021 12:25:15 AM GMT+05:30, "Pierre-Elliott Bécue" <peb@debian.org> wrote:
>Le samedi 20 mars 2021 à 00:44:52+0530, Sruthi Chandran a écrit :
>> On 20/03/21 12:31 am, Pierre-Elliott Bécue wrote:
>> > The idea was discussed two years ago. Sam chose a range of people
>> > help him with delegations.
>> >
>> > Being a DPL is a high-energy thing even when one doesn't try to
>> > the project /per se/.
>> >
>> > Do you think the Project should consider the opportunity of trying
>> > establish more clearly a role of "DPL advisors" who would be
>> > as helpers for the DPL and additional entry points for the
>> > developers/external people should the need arise?
>> >
>> > Cheers!
>> >
>> I definitely think we should have a panel of "DPL advisors/helpers"
>> help out the DPL. There will definitely be a lot of administrative
>> that can be delegated to the helpers and DPL can concentrate on other
>> important activities.
>> If I become DPL, this would be one of the first things I would be
>> working out.
>Thanks Sruthi for your reply!
>What is your opinion about Jonathan's reply regarding the fact that
>working on having adapted teams (CT/Trademark) take part of the load in
>a way that is not directly tied to the DPL mandate is probably a better
>schema on the long run?

Having specific teams to deal with specific issues is definitely good. I would go with a hybrid approach, have more specific delegated teams and team of 2/3 people as DPL advisors. I also like the vice-DPL idea and might also consider that.


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