|Re: [eclipse.org-architecture-council] PMC-less projects|
_______________________________________________On Thu, Oct 10, 2019 at 9:47 PM Gunnar Wagenknecht <gunnar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:I think, a PMC is more than just approving CQs. One key element is monitoring projects and retiring inactive projects. How is that supposed to work in a PMC-less project? That work cannot be dumped on EMO and/or Webmaster.Why couldn't EMO take care of this work? They have access to all datas about project releases, contributions, activities... I don't get what PMC adds in the process of retiring active project.All that work could even be automated.There are also important aspects about reviewing and approving committer nominations, project lead elections and not to mention resolving disputes.I have the impression it could also be something that EMO can relatively easily do.FWIW, I also recommend raising specific issues with the PMC, though. Especially when the PMC is a bottleneck this should be raised ASAP. Sometimes I miss an email from IPzilla in my inbox. A reminder usually helps. I appreciate your feedback, though.Even is PMC is very reactive, it's usually taking several hours to get an approval on a CQ or on a release when this could be almost immediate. It's totally fine that people take some time to notice mails and answer them, I don't blame people for that. But why waiting if the project feels the PMC adds no value to its development?Despite your attempt to change my mind, I'm still unsure of the benefits a PMC brings to some projects.I see value for *some* PMC (Eclipse SDK, JakartaEE maybe) who want to have a set of sub-projects with strong consistency of practices, schedules and so on which makes monitoring profitable; but for many other projects, things would be easier without a PMC.
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