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From Berin Lautenbach <>
Subject Re: a few steps before approving a project
Date Fri, 02 Sep 2005 09:41:26 GMT
Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
> --On September 1, 2005 8:41:11 PM +1000 Berin Lautenbach 
> <> wrote:
>> There are far more checks already.  To get a project approved you need a
>> full resolution signed by the board.  A better analogy would be voting 
>> on a
>> new PMC member.  No PMC requires *any* input from anyone else to take 
>> such a
>> vote.
> No, it's not.  The board always reserves the right to reject a PMC 
> member. Don't confuse the 100% success rate so far for a rubber stamp.  

I'm not - you are not reading me right.  For a vote on a PMC member, the 
board is not involved but the PMC member is not yet ratified by the 
board, and so is not yet a PMC member - *regardless of what the PMC 
might wish*.  If the board says no, then that's it.  Doesn't change the 
fact the PMC had a vote.  It just invalidates it.

Likewise incubation - you can incubate as much as you want, but without 
the signoff of the board, you will never get to TLP.


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