License Approval Committee
nelson at crynwr.com
Thu Apr 24 00:55:54 UTC 2003
Don Jarrell writes:
> - What is the standard by which votes are interpreted
> as "approval" ? Absence of any objection ? That's a
> pretty high-standard given the open constituency of the
> list. Number of nay votes ? Number or percentage of yea
> votes ? Kind of fuzzy.
Rough consensus. Like the IETF uses.
> - Could list members whose bent is revealed to be
> inconsistent with the OSI/OSD be booted from the list ?
> Could they become non-voting viewers ?
They would be ignored.
> - After reading the new certification page again, I
> wonder if the all-list-member review could be better
> as a _screening_ process, prior to Board review of the
> short-list where actual "approval" and "certification"
> are conferred.
That's how it's going to be. That's how it's *got* to be.
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