[Sugar-devel] [SLOBS] SLOBs Position on SoaS
pbrobinson at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 10:14:03 EDT 2009
On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 3:08 PM, David Farning <dfarning at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
> As Sean and Martin point out the consequences of this decision extend
> past SoaS. The effects seem to centre on four levels:
> 1. Procedural.
> 2. Mission, Vision, and Values.
> 3. Operations.
> 4. SoaS the project.
> As we work through the levels, a pretty good decision _should_ emerge.
> As a general rule, decisions are made on public mailing lists. Once a
> consensus is reached on the lists, the consensus is presented to SLOBs
> for ratification. Occasionally, a SLOB will point out that we missed
> an important point.... Then we refine the decision and iterate through
> the process again.
> I apologize for any confusion about that. I did not realize that my
> dual roles as a member of the board and the guy who often works on
> building consensus would cause confusion. Hopefully, by not sitting
> on the board next term some of that confusion will clear up.
> While thinking about how to present this issue to the board for
> ratification, I keep coming back to the value.
> "The success and trust in Sugar Labs is premised on empowering and
> enabling rather than excluding."
> The questions becomes, "How do we make an official relationships
> between Sugar Labs and a project empowering and enabling to both
> parties?" and "How do we prevent an official relationship between a
> project and Sugar Labs from excluding other interesting projects?"
> Any thoughts?
Why you completely avoided the actual question that Sebastian
explicitly wanted and answer to?
> On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 4:03 PM, Sebastian Dziallas <sebastian at when.com> wrote:
>> Let me rephrase again, to make things clear. I'd love to hear an
>> "official" answer on this. Soon.
>> Is the current SoaS going to be the primary way Sugar Labs distributes a
>> Sugar-centric GNU/Linux distribution?
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