Thank you very much for working on this! It is badly needed.
The current way to be come a member of the Alpine Linux team (and hoe
to get expelled) is described here:
That is the procedure I have tried to follow when we give new members
git push access, and we have at least at two times given official
warning about expulsion.
There is also a definition of Non-technical member status.
So my main question is, what of the current procedures do we want keep
and what do does this teams proposal change?
Could we include or combine the two above "docs" into the new official
Also, I don't want to slow down the process, so how do we move forward?
On Mon, 18 Mar 2019 20:33:46 +0100
Kevin Daudt <kdaudt_at_alpinelinux.org> wrote:
> Yesterday (Sun march 17th), we held a meeting on irc in #alpine-meetings
> to get the ball rolling on formalizing and expanding the Alpine Linux
> team structure like some have proposed on the mailing list.
> The two proposals are:
> * https://p.toastin.space/F7MDfw?asciidoc
> * https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TIGk24yLdoAC-JAH7IQzCAkxzX_YocUiHVbeSt-WZsk/edit
> The meetig notes and log can be found here:
> # Teams and Organization
> ## Roll Call
> * Present: SpaceToast danieli fcolista _ikke_
> ## Goal of the meeting
> * [DRAFT - Alpine Linux SIGs - Google Docs](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TIGk24yLdoAC-JAH7IQzCAkxzX_YocUiHVbeSt-WZsk/edit)
> * [Burning Rubber Paste](https://p.toastin.space/F7MDfw?asciidoc)
> * agenda: https://brpaste.xyz/y4fTUg?asciidoc
> * Teams help with delegating work. This does require people to be
> available and get the necessary permissions to do their work
> * It's also easier for people to join specific subteams
> * Teams give more transparency to how the work is divided
> * Question: how can we properly delegate access to specific systems?
> ## Current team structure
> * Current documented teams: 1. Core, 2. Infrastructure, 3. Developers
> * Proposed teams: Core developers, infrastructure, documentation,
> security, packaging
> * For future, discuss QA team for aports
> * Agreed: No QA team for now
> * Suggested team leads: core: ncopa, infra: clandmeter, documentation:
> spacetoast, security: ncopa, packaging: ncopa
> * Core team: Core members, have oversight over project and takes lead over
> packaging and security
> * Infra team: Takes care of the Alpine Linux infrastructure (maintaining
> servers and services)
> * Packaging team: Members with (limited) access to aports, take care of
> packaging and accepting PRs / patches from the community
> * Security team: Takes care of communication with vulnerability reporters,
> maintaining an Alpine security advisory program, and information sharing
> with other projects.
> * Documentation team: Create and maintain official documentation for
> Alpine Linux
> * [alpine-devel: [alpine-devel] a release engineering team?](https://lists.alpinelinux.org/alpine-devel/6360.html)
> * Potential team: Release engineering. Need to find team members / people
> who want to contribute
> ## Documentation of teams
> * Current documentation has a single page with one table per team.
> * Initially this format can be copied, but later we might opt to have one
> page per team
> * cross-team communication should be stimulated. Therefore, we should opt
> to not have automatic separate communication channels per team.
> * Teams can request separate workspaces (namespaces) for collaboration
> * Each team may have multiple team leads
> ## Team membership
> * Team membership requirement: The team lead can decide to add team
> members. It's expected that a new team member has already contributed to
> the team and has shown to stay with the project.
> * Team leads are decided by existing team leads. A proposed team lead
> should be already part of the specific team or in case of a new team, be
> member of another team.
> * Action: provide a list of members to SpaceToast (documentation)
> Any remarks or suggestions? The idea is to get this documented so it's
> clear for everyone what they can expect. An initial version of this
> documentation can be found here:
> Let me know what you think.
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Received on Wed Mar 20 2019 - 20:47:06 UTC