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On Tue, 2006-05-09 at 15:04 -0400, Jon Portnoy wrote:
> Sent to devrel@ before realizing it was rather more appropriate here, my
> bad. Forwarding.
> Today's devrel meeting confirmed the pending conflict resolution RFC
> (http://dev.gentoo.org/~avenj/Devrel_ConflictResRoadmap), thus it's time
> to determine member selection. Attached are my thoughts on the subject
> for discussion.
To stimulate conversation, I'll just add that I believe this accurately
reflects what we determined in the meeting to be the best way to
proceed, unless objections, problems we didn't think of, etc.
> Selecting/removing conflict resolution subproject members
> - Initial member selection
> The initial conflict resolution lead should be chosen via a short
> nomination period & voting. The lead should then compose a list of four
> primary board members. Once the list is presented to devrel for review,
> objections may be raised and the final list will be voted on.
> - Conflict of interest rotation
> For each complaint filed, devrel leads & conflict resolution lead
> are expected to speak with board members to examine any conflict of
> interest issues. Members determined to have a conflict of interest
> should be rotated out and replacements chosen for the interim. At the
> conflict resolution lead's discretion, members rotated out may be
> brought back on or remain in reserve after the pending action is
> - Complaints & removal
> Complaints raised about conflict resolution members may be raised
> to leads or at devrel meetings for discussion at any time. Devrel-wide
> votes may be taken to remove members from the project under extreme
> circumstances. Members may also be removed at the subproject lead's
> discretion with an explanation to devrel.
> Jon Portnoy
Ferris McCormick (P44646, MI) <email@example.com>
Developer, Gentoo Linux (Devrel, Sparc)
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