Paul de Vrieze <email@example.com> said:
> On Thursday 09 October 2003 15:15, foser wrote:
>> On Thu, 2003-10-09 at 15:00, dams@... wrote:
>> > [ sorry my mails are not yet signed, but will be soon ]
>> Humm, isn't this a bit weird requirement ? Is this a closed list or not
>> ? I'm not much of a signer.
> I sign, but have no problem at all if people don't. For me it is not necessary
> to require it.
Ok, neither for me it is. I didn't required it, gerrynjr asked it :) I'll try
to sign mine for other reasons.
>> > - define the problem
>> > - look if it has not being resolved, or if nobody is working on it,
>> > inside gentoo - look for similar problem inside gentoo
>> > - look for similar problems outside gentoo (official software author,
>> > other distro)
>> > - find a way to solve it, by discussing it here or #irc (taht would be
>> > the Evaluation part of gerrynjr)
>> > - allocate people on it, plan the solving time.
>> > - write proposal/recommendations to gentoo main
>> Should go trough DTL (whatever it turns out to be) first.
what's a DTL ?
> I think indeed a solution proposal should go through the desktop lead. I do
> however see no need if we decide that a problem is not really a problem at
> all, so it should come somewhere near the place where we choose a solution
> that is to be implemented. Maybe give some notice beforehand to get
> confirmation that the destop lead indeed finds it a problem worthy of
agreed. what should be the notice then? GLEP proposal to desktop lead?
>> implementation details.. this is not something that should be solver on
>> a per project basis, but distro wide.
> There are ideas floating around to do this distro wide. However if no-one
> pushes for it, it will happen "sometime".
>> No question we should use GLEPs, that's what they are for.
> Ok, I agree. This also automatically gives the desktop lead a place.
ok then, go for it
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