Announcing the 'FreeBSD Community Process'
rpaulo at me.com
Wed Jun 14 23:45:25 UTC 2017
On Jun 14, 2017, at 14:20, Warner Losh <imp at bsdimp.com> wrote:
> It was explained at bsdcan the the vote is primarily for "this repents the general consensus" rather than, this is the direction we should go. If the fcp doesn't match consensus then it will be voted no.
That’s what you think will happen, but the FCP doesn’t say anything about that and the interpretations of the community and core might be different.
It just seems like a bad model for core to try to interpret everyone’s feedback and then vote on it. If people provide feedback and say something like “APPROVE” or “NEEDS DISCUSSION”, it will make the process much more transparent.
The vote should come from the people providing feedback. I see no reason why core needs to vote on other people’s feedback.
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