|Re: [eclipse.org-planning-council] Proposed Change to Eclipse Bylaws|
On 24.09.2019 17:16, Mikaël Barbero wrote:
Working Groups are rather heavy weight for such a thing. It's not as if there will be a budget to be allocated or that anyone will pay fees to be a member of such a group.
Well, in the end the planning council mostly manages SimRel and we already have a SimRel project of some sort:
So I think a "project" kind of already exists...
Yes, that's a good point. Although I tend to think that anyone who wants to be involved should be able to do so. I.e., do we really actually need a formal definition?
I'd say no, that's just too heavy weight...
I would wonder how that will be different from the committers for the simrel repo; those are the people doing the real/actual work after all. :-P
In general much of this is a cat herding exercise. I'm not sure
the cats will be more inclined to be less unruly by virtue of
project reorganization. Also, reorganizing existing
infrastructure is work and therefore has a cost. Who will do that
and will the benefits justify the overhead?
I think the general goal should be to make things as simple as
possible so as to run more smoothly. Also, to my thinking, anyone
who wants to be helpful with regard to streamlining the
simultaneous release process should be welcomed with open arms.
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