[aur-general] TU application
Rashif Ray Rahman
schiv at archlinux.org
Sat Jul 27 15:28:36 EDT 2013
On 28 July 2013 02:49, Rashif Ray Rahman <schiv at archlinux.org> wrote:
> We simply cannot ignore the bylaws. This serves as a reminder to show
> us all the numbers when declaring results.
And I failed to provide that myself:
24/36 = 0.66 ... = ~0.67 > 0.66
> according to this list, we have 36 active TUs.
The list has not been updated to reflect recent modifications
(additions and deletions within the total) to the team, but the fact
remains that at least one out of a supposed 37 TUs (less if we missed
any recent resignation) is inactive.
On 28 July 2013 03:04, Bartłomiej Piotrowski <b at bpiotrowski.pl> wrote:
> On 2013-07-27 20:49, Rashif Ray Rahman wrote:
>> according to this list, we have 36 active TUs.
> Actually I see 35 TUs there, 33 without Daenyth and xyproto.
Even better, then ;)
> It seems like a good opportunity to determine what does "active TU" mean
> – some Trusted Users, even if active in packaging terms, simply ignore
> our votes. When do we consider someone as active? When he updates, fixes
> and rebuilds his packages in reasonable time or doesn't forget about voting?
> If we care about all the duties, should we remove partially inactive TUs?
Our bylaws are clear on this - the "automatically brought up for
removal procedure" means that there is no argument towards having a
removal vote - so we should start a vote (but we can also prevent the
removal by all voting YES).
I think the bylaws are also clear that we are to decide on the
activity status by memorising e-mails to the mailing list. The wiki
page is some sort of a manual tally for that. However, despite the
clarity, the method is no doubt cumbersome. We need automation.
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