Here is the summary from today's council meeting. The complete log will
show up at http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/council/ shortly.
New USE documentation
Considering the precedent set by how this was implemented,
what should we do?
- Should we leave it or revert it?
- Should we require a GLEP?
- Other options
- Discuss improvements on -dev, make changes, document them.
In other words, normal development process
- Leave as is
- Require future global changes to be sent to -dev in advance,
or they will be reverted.
Code of Conduct enforcement
- Should we make a decision today?
- If so, what decision?
- If not, what needs to happen for us to make a decision?
1. We're leaving it, and considering further changes
2. It should have been posted to -dev before committing for discussion
General process for global changes:
1. Post to -dev for discussion
2a. Consensus for implementing your idea as-is. No GLEP, no council. BREAK.
2b. Consensus for a GLEP for your idea, maybe disagreement over the idea.
Write GLEP. Discuss on -dev. Submit GLEP to council.
2c. Disagreement, but some support. No consensus for a GLEP. Respond to the
council agenda mail with a post containing a summary of your idea as
well as patches for code and documentation.
2d. No support. Refine your idea, or think of a new one. GOTO 1.
3. Council votes on the idea.
Any future global changes that aren't discussed on -dev in advance may
be reverted by the council if at least two council members vote to revert
the changes. Those changes must be discussed on -dev and approved by the
council before recommitting. If they're recommitted without council
approval, the developer in question gets kicked out.
Code of Conduct enforcement
Christy Fullam (musikc) made some valuable suggestions:
- The proposal should be restricted to only apply to #gentoo-dev and the
gentoo-dev list. Most other locations already have moderators of some
sort, and the council can work with them directly if there are CoC
problems. This idea went over really well.
- Moderation should be capped at 2 days, and then will be handed off to
devrel/userrel. No council approval involved.
Mike Doty (kingtaco) suggested that we look for a way to prevent the
snowball effect on IRC: what if a modded person is voiced/opped by an
unmodded person, and a chain of this goes?
Donnie Berkholz (dberkholz) will incorporate these changes into the
proposal and post an update to the -council list.
Wulf Krueger (philantrop) asked which PMS repo was authoritative. The
external one had been getting changes, and the "official" gentoo.org one
had not. Mike Doty reported that they're working on allowing non-Gentoo
developers to contribute to the repository, which should resolve the
technical problems. Wulf responded that some people didn't want to
commit to a Gentoo-hosted repository.