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Sometimes looking at one of the tools available gives a better understanding of 
what questions we need to ask ourselves and suggests best procedure.  Trying to 
force some tool to behave differently from it's defaults can make set-up 
unnecessarily difficult.

I would flip a coin to decide which way around to do this! 
Regards from
Tom :)

From: Andre Schnabel <>
To:; Fridrich Strba <>
Sent: Mon, 17 January, 2011 11:05:28
Subject: Re: [steering-discuss] RT for membership ?


Von: Sophie Gautier

I begin to think about the tooling needed for the membership process.
Are we going to use RT [1] for handling requests and follow up? Gnome is 
using it for his membership as well.
Or have you already anything else in mind?

Well .. I did not think about special tooling yet (at least not for our 
start). I was rather thinking of a mailing list to send in applications,
a wiki page to track applications and member status and a web page
to list current members.

Maybe we (You, Fridrich, me) should first have a brief discussion on
how we like to handle the process, not precisely thinking of tools.
(E.g. who sends in applications, how to we prepare infos for our
decision, how and wen do we make the decision and how do we publish
our findings).

How about some IRC chat on this?

regarding RT vs. bugtracker - depends on who would work with the
tool. I don't want to force (possible) members to create 
yet anonther account for yet another tool (yaafyat :) ).



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