|Re: [tools-pmc] DTP committer election failed: only 1 out of 3 committers voted.|
Hey, Tools PMC:I tried to elect a colleague into the DTP project (since he's helping me maintain it) and the other 2 remaining committers on the DTP project failed to vote +1, -1, or 0.Can you declare the project dysfunctional? I can submit the nomination again if you'd like them to have a second chance to respond.
_______________________________________________NickOn Thu, Jun 6, 2019 at 2:14 PM Wayne Beaton <wayne.beaton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:No. I cannot. The rules require that, in the case of a project with three or fewer committers, that all committers vote.There are two workarounds:
- Have the project lead retire those committers and rerun the election; or
- Have the PMC declare the project dysfunctional and request that add/remove committers and project leads.I'm thinking that we might be leaning towards the later.Note that Project Lead and Committer are two separate roles. While it generally makes little sense for somebody to be a Project Lead but not a Committer, this is precedent. If you want them to have both roles, they'll need to be elected (or appointed by the PMC if we go the dysfunctional route) to both.I've cleaned up the bogus PMC relationships. They should disappear from the "who" page shortly.
WayneOn Wed, Jun 5, 2019 at 10:50 PM Nick Boldt <nboldt@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:DTP committer election failed because only 1 of the 3 current committers voted (me).https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/tools.datatools/elections/election-jeff-maury-committer-eclipse-data-tools-platformCan you make some magic happen so he's voted in and the non-voting non-active people are not required to vote in future?Thanks,--
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