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Re: [rt-pmc] Important: New best practices for approvals

why not simply require a minimum 3 [+1] votes over a minimal 72 hour period?

http://www.apache.org/foundation/voting.html

jesse

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jesse mcconnell
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On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 05:03, Jochen Krause<jkrause@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear fellow PMC members,
> In our last PMC call we agreed on somewhat stricter governance best
> practices for approvals:
> "We will avoid PMC members being the sole approver for requests/votes from
> their own project."
> That means that if a project that you are directly involved in is looking
> for a PMC approval for a CQ, a new committer, a release or any other kind of
> approval you should not be the sole approver of this request. In those cases
> where only one person approves (CQ, committers) you should abstain from
> voting. Usually approvals will happen within a week, if your approval is
> more urgent please convince another PMC member and have him approve (first).
> Jochen
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> Jochen Krause
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