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Ralf Corsepius ralf.corsepius at rtems.org
Mon Dec 5 17:41:08 UTC 2011

On 12/05/2011 04:23 PM, Joel Sherrill wrote:
> On 12/03/2011 03:54 PM, Chris Johns wrote:
>> On 3/12/11 4:25 PM, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
>>> A step, you apparently executed without informing the RTEMS SC in
>>> advance and without letting the SC having decided upon this step.
>> As others have noted the discussion happened in public.
There was no consensus.

>> I see no reason
>> for the SC being involved.
> Agreed.
Disagreed. What you did was to circumvent the decision process and a 
case of abuse of the powers you have been granted.

>>> A step, I vehemently disagree withand a step I vehemently disagree with
>>> how it was done.
>> The whole process has taken place in public and I assumed anyone on the
>> SC would be prepared to make any comments publicly. It is just a mailing
>> list we are discussing.
>> I started the process of a new list for a few reasons. The most
>> important is the need to provide a mailing list for review of patches
>> before committing. This became important because you requested, and it
>> was agreed, that Gedare be given commit after review, something this
>> project has never had. We have no defined procedure or protocol for
>> commit access in this way. No one stepped up to resolve this situation
>> so I started this process. Without this happening Gedare was given
>> something he did not know how to use. We should being doing everything
>> we can to welcome and encourage new committers to RTEMS.
> This also follows the practice of other large free software projects.
> Many projects have a developer, patches, and user help list.

Pardon? No sane project maps bugzilla and commits to a devel list, 
because bugreports and commit lists annoy developers.


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