|Re: [jakartaee-platform-dev] [EXTERNAL] Get clarity on process for obtaining consent to add a spec to EE11|
On Wednesday, July 12, 2023 10:47 PM Ed Burns said:
EB> Trying to wrap this up so I can continue.
EB> I will follow Emily and Ivar's suggestion for conducting the
EB> ballots. I don't believe this system does the best job at
EB> representing majority opinion, but it probably does the best job
EB> in producing a Plan that can be approved.
EB> ## Proposal
EB> Start discussion threads for each specification. Let the discussion run as long as it needs to.
I declare these discussions have run as long as they need to.
EB> Conduct two rounds of ballots.
EB> ### Round 1: In/Out
EB> Subject: [BALLOT] Include Jakarta MVC in EE 11
EB> Subject: [BALLOT] Include Jakarta Data in EE 11
EB> Subject: [BALLOT] Include Jakarta NoSQL in EE 11
I will now send three emails as described above.
I want to remind the readers of the following facts, according to what
Ivar explained to me of the Eclipse process that applies in this
- Everyone on the list can cast a vote
- Only the votes of contributors are counted
I am told this process is designed to let everyone express their
thoughts and also encourage people to become committers if they want
their thoughts to go beyond mere _expression_ and actually count.
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