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[edited per the discussion in the WG meeting of 2018-12-18]
On the last meeting of 2012-12-11 we decided on the mode of voting (see issue #118), but there's a fuller proposed charter lingering in the wiki which should be decided upon.
Below is how I propose to phrase the charter, based on the previous proposal in the wiki (which I've updated in agreement with Langdon) but with these changes:
The document below will be approved by voting in this ticket and/or the following WG meeting where it is discussed, as per the voting process we decided in the meeting yesterday. Upon acceptance, it will be forwarded to the Council for approval.
/cc @langdon @psabata @asamalik @sgallagh
== Modularity Working Group Governance ==
This document describes the governing structure for the Modularity Working Group.
=== Membership ===
The Modularity Working Group consists of people who work on advancing the modularity effort in Fedora and participate in the regular meetings and conversations around this initiative. Membership is de facto, i.e. anybody who satisfies this description is considered a member.
=== Making Decisions ===
The Modularity Working Group strives to work on consensus and only votes on things where it’s unclear that a consensus exists/can be reached or where it's clear people aren’t going to be convinced to agree. In this case, a formal vote can be taken on a proposal as described here:
=== Changing these Rules ===
This document was ratified by ... (fill in details once it's approved).
After initial ratification, any substantive changes can be approved by a formal vote, upon which the Fedora Council will be informed.
Updated the proposal per the discussion in today's WG meeting (replace forwarding to the Council for acceptance with keeping them informed).
Okay, two comments.
Do we need the last section since we're approving our own charter? I'd presume all charters were defined and accepted by the respective groups of people.
Considering the outcome of the last Council hackfest, I'd propose replacing "working group" with a "team". We'd like to simplify & unify how we label Fedora groups, standardizing on SIGs and teams, where teams are just somewhat more formal SIGs. Since we actually have a charter, "team" sounds like the right choice here.
LGTM. I tend to like the term "team" more, also.
Just FTR: This was accepted with the suggested amendments on last week's WG meeting:
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