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Membership structures in Debian and Ubuntu

Membership structures in Debian and Ubuntu

Posted Aug 3, 2010 18:40 UTC (Tue) by jspaleta (subscriber, #50639)
In reply to: Membership structures in Debian and Ubuntu by keybuk
Parent article: Membership structures in Debian and Ubuntu

How do I know if its out of date or missing? I'm assuming I'm just incompetent at finding it.

Can you please point me to the requirements for individuals seeking nomination to the Technical Board? Are you also unable to find it? If this is a bug, I'd like confirmation from at least one other person before filing. Its how I roll... make an effort to confirm with another person... then file...to lower the chances that its a user error on my part.

-jef


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Membership structures in Debian and Ubuntu

Posted Aug 5, 2010 17:12 UTC (Thu) by keybuk (subscriber, #18473) [Link]

Living, breathing, member of the Ubuntu Developer community. (As mentioned in the mail I linked to above). And obviously respected enough to be accepted by a vote amongst that community.

I don't think we need any more complex or stringent requirements, do you?

Membership structures in Debian and Ubuntu

Posted Aug 5, 2010 17:23 UTC (Thu) by jspaleta (subscriber, #50639) [Link]

I have no opinion as to what should or should not be required. It is entirely inappropriate for me to comment on whether the procedure is adequate or not...especially when I don't believe I have a clear picture of how it is meant to work.

I was simply asking for the...canonical...documented reference that lists any requirements expected of nominees because what I could find on the wiki isn't particularly clear on the matter and I didn't want to make an assumption as to what is required. If a mailinglist post is the reference of merit.. so be it.

-jef


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