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[modeling-pmc] ATL project co-leadership
- From: Ed Willink <ed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 22 May 2012 21:43:07 +0100
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The ATL project currently has two active committers but no active leader.
ATL needs an active leader to manage the Juno release activities.
The active committers seem happy for one of them to be the co-lead while
the position of the existing leader is clarified.
The Portal seems to allow for Committer elections, but not Project
Leader elections. How do we organize this (Bjorn's blog posts that
clarify this seem to have been archived.).
Is it sufficient for one active committer to propose the other as
co-lead on mmt-dev and hope that one of the inactive committers +1's to
get a quorum?
Do we need a formal election so that non-voters can be decommitterized
prior to a re-run?