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From: Denis Dupeyron <calchan@g.o>
To: gentoo-project@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-project] Re: [GLEP 39 overhaul] Should the new text be a GLEP, or something else? How do we update it in the future?
Date: Fri, 14 May 2010 22:26:28
Message-Id: AANLkTik2YqSAZqnHDwNzdi89kQldraoX7eudLMGajPGR@mail.gmail.com
In Reply to: [gentoo-project] [GLEP 39 overhaul] Should the new text be a GLEP, or something else? How do we update it in the future? by Denis Dupeyron
Summary for this topic, and thus what should be discussed during the
council meeting. This time it's a (potentially not exhaustive) list of
proposals to vote on. What should be discussed during the meeting is
the wording and content of each proposal, and whether each of them
make sense at all.

 - The new text should be called GLEP 39, and show what has changed.
Any further update to it will require an all developer vote.

 - The new text should be called GLEP 39, and show what has changed.
Any further update to it only requires a council vote.

 - The new text should be a new GLEP, GLEP 39 should be marked
deprecated. Any further update to it will require an all developer
vote.

 - The new text should be a new GLEP, GLEP 39 should be marked
deprecated. Any further update to it only requires a council vote.

 - The new text should be split in 2 parts, one being a "constitution"
(anybody feel free to propose a better word here) which can only be
updated with an all developer vote, another being a simple GLEP which
describes the day-to-day rules of operation of the council and can be
updated with a council vote.

Denis.