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From Jean-Baptiste Onofré>
Subject Re: PPMC voting new committers
Date Sat, 04 Nov 2017 05:34:18 GMT

It sounds good to me. It's a good idea.


On Nov 3, 2017, 18:34, at 18:34, Craig Russell <> wrote:
>I'd like to see a change in incubator policy w.r.t. voting new
>While there are no Foundation policies on how to vote new committers,
>we do have best practices documented in
> that explicitly calls for
>consensus approval of at least three positive votes and no vetoes.
>Applying this to the incubator, it makes sense to me to change the
>incubator policy to require a vote (no lazy consensus) and at least
>three PPMC votes in favor. I'd also add a requirement for at least one
>Mentor vote in favor.
>After graduation, communities might feel that they know better and can
>adopt bylaws that are different from the community best practices. But
>while in incubation I think that we should enforce best practice.
>Craig L Russell
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