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On Sunday 20 November 2005 08:46, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 19, 2005 at 06:23:41PM +0900, Jason Stubbs wrote:
> > B) What should be done with the @(subdomain_to_be_determined) email after
> > an AT becomes a full dev (and presumably gets a @gentoo.org address)? For
> > how long?
> this is in the GLEP ... it clearly states that it will become a forward
> to their new @gentoo.org address. the implied part is that when the
> user feels they no longer need it, they punt it.
Missed it. Was skimming too quickly.
> > E) What criteria must an AT meet to be able to receive the shortened
> > probationary when moving on to becoming a full dev?
> they express interest in becoming a full dev at which point they enter
> the normal 'becoming a dev' recruitment track. why should they have to
> do something special to become a normal dev ? all devs are allowed to
> be AT's.
"the mentoring period should be shortened to a minimum of two weeks" was what
I was referring to.
> > G) What criteria must be met during the inital 30 day mentoring period?
> > H) What criteria are there for maintaining one's status as an AT?
> > I) What input does DevRel have in the process of becoming an AT?
Err.. what's that got to do with the GLEP?
But none of this really matters apparently because the GLEP has been approved
and I'm just one of the "people that don't have an opinion on the subject but
were watching the council for its first bad step to be able to accuse it of
abuse of power or worse".
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