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Max Spevack mspevack at
Tue Oct 28 12:25:56 UTC 2008

On Tue, 28 Oct 2008, David Nielsen wrote:

> I would be a little concerned with relying to heavily on FUDcon for 
> such work, Fedora is a big project, many contributors spread across 
> the globe, many of whom would probably like their voice heard or have 
> ideas they wish to share. A lot of these people will not be able to go 
> and partake in the talks for simple reasons of time and/or money. Most 
> of the time we don't even get good video or audio of all the 
> proceedings afterwards so it's hard to traceback what the rationale 
> for a decision is or to see what other vistas were explored. As such I 
> would be afraid a high reliance on FUDcon for this work would lead to 
> a lack of transparency in our process. I would hate for this to become 
> Moses coming down from the mountain carrying specs set in stone 
> without accompanying notes.

Then don't call it a Summit.  Call it an "opportunity for the RH Desktop 
team to talk with some number of the other Fedora people in order to 
further mutual understanding".  :)

I think Paul's point is that if some amount of Fedora is going to be 
right in Red Hat's engineering backyard, where a lot of the RH Desktop 
team is, that is an opportunity that should be seized to do SOMETHING 
rather than ignored.


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