[License-review] moving to an issue tracker [was Re: Some notes for license submitters]

Luis Villa luis at lu.is
Tue Jun 19 17:29:59 UTC 2018

On Tue, Jun 19, 2018 at 7:57 AM Josh berkus <josh at postgresql.org> wrote:

> On 06/13/2018 10:35 AM, Tzeng, Nigel H. wrote:
> > When did the board last vote on licenses?  What were the results?  When
> will it vote next?  What is the recommendation presented to the board from
> the Review List?  Is the dissenting view still presented?  No clue.
> FWIW, we're aware that the email-bases process lacks transparency.
> We had a project in progress to replace it with a "code review" type
> tool which would make it easier for both submitters and reviewers to
> follow along.  However, the volunteer working on that project left the
> OSI, and nobody has taken it back up.
> For my part, I think even moving to a bugzilla instance would be an
> improvement over the current workflow, but apparently I don't have
> consensus on that.

Any particular reason not to move to GitLab? Seems like an issue tracker
there (maybe a new project per license, maybe not?) might be pretty easy to
set up and get running.

(Or, frankly, GitHub, since OSI has already bitten the bullet and hosted
projects there.)

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