Re: [alpine-devel] [PATCH 2/2] Rework the base team description
There is a big difference between sharing the workload and giving up authority. My main objection is to the stipulation that a base team member cannot be reelected immediately. Not only is ncopa sharing authority with two others for the first three years, he would be forced to give up all authority in the fourth year. Or am I reading it wrong?
> On Apr 9, 2019, at 9:31 AM, Drew DeVault <sir_at_cmpwn.com> wrote:
>> On 2019-04-09 7:44 AM, Ted Trask wrote:
>> Any scheme that would result in Natanael being removed from the base
>> team after three years would not get my vote. As far as I am
>> concerned, ncopa should be Alpine Linux’s Benevolent Dictator For
>> Life. Completely serious.
> One of the stated goals of this effort is to reduce ncopa's workload and
> bus factor. What good is it if ncopa gets burnt out?
> I trust ncopa not to ratifiy a governance model that won't work, and you
> ought to as well. Personally I agree that the BDFL model is a very
> effective one, but I think that Chloe has found one which may be
> similarly effective and has several advantages.
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