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|Title:||An "old-school" metastructure proposal with "boot for being a slacker"|
|Author:||Grant Goodyear <g2boojum at gentoo.org>, Ciaran McCreesh <ciaranm at gentoo.org>,@@ -43,7 +286,7 @@|
Implemented. GLEP amended on 09 Feb 2006 to add the final bullet point to list B in Specification.
GLEP 4 is replaced with a new "metastructure" that retains established projects (and makes new projects easier to create), but adds a new "Gentoo Council" to handle global (cross-project) issues.
The Fosdem and subsequent reform proposals shepherded by Koon are thorough, extremely detailed, and somewhat complicated. They have a lot of good ideas. For many who have been with Gentoo a long time, though, there's just something @@ -130,7 +373,7 @@ represent the devs they supposedly lead or satisfy their responsibilities. Indeed, should a TLP manager go AWOL it is not at all obvious how the situation should be resolved. -
A project is a group of developers working towards a goal (or a set of goals).@@ -211,8 +454,8 @@
So, does this proposal solve any of the previously-mentioned problems?
1. There is no longer any requirement that the project structure be complete. Some devs work on very specific parts of the tree, while @@ -249,8 +492,8 @@