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Re: web-platform-tests Governance

From: Mike Pennisi <mike@bocoup.com>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2018 17:42:10 -0500
To: public-test-infra@w3.org
Message-ID: <9542a6c8-7dfe-d33c-d31c-504080c6bb8f@bocoup.com>
Could we have an announcement of the core team and formally begin the
objection period?

On 10/16/18 9:04 AM, James Graham wrote:
> On 16/10/2018 10:01, James Graham wrote:
>> Assuming there are not fundamental objections to the proposed model, we
>> need to get the ball rolling by choosing an initial core team, which
>> will consist of about 5 members who are active contributors representing
>> a wide cross-section of the wpt community. In order to do this we
>> propose a three step process:
>>
>> * Prospective members nominate themselves
>>
>> * If possible a mutually agreeable decision is made from the pool of
>> nominees
>>
>> * In the case that no such decision is made we delegate to a neutral
>> third
>> party, who is not a nominee, in order to determine the final composition
>> of the team.
>
> There have been some questions about whether the objection period
> mentioned on the GitHub issue still exists; it does but was
> unfortunately omitted from the end of this list. So please consider it
> a four step process, with final step:
>
> * The provisional content of the core team is announced on
> public-test-infra and people have a one month period to object. Any
> such objections will be handled by the neutral third party (i.e. Marcos).
>



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