FESCo Meeting Summary for 2008-01-24

Brian Pepple bpepple at fedoraproject.org
Thu Jan 24 21:31:08 UTC 2008

= Members Present =
      * Brian Pepple (bpepple) 
      * Jason Tibbitts (tibbs) 
      * Dennis Gilmore (dgilmore) 
      * Bill Nottingham (notting) 
      * Warren Togami (warren) 
      * Kevin Fenzi (nirik) 
      * Tom Callaway (spot) 
      * Josh Boyer (jwb) 
      * Jesse Keating (f13) 
      * Christian Iseli (c4chris)

= Absent =
      * Christopher Aillon (caillon) 
      * David Woodhouse (dwmw2) 
      * Jeremy Katz (jeremy)

== Summary ==
=== Bug Work-flow Proposal ===
      * FESCo approved Jon Stanley's bug work-flow proposal, although
        with a change to item #7 in the life-cycle of a bug section.
        Instead of setting NEEDINFO in some cases, all bugs that are
        pushed to stable will be closed. Luke Macken will be removing
        the ability to not close a bug on stable push in bodhi.

=== FedoraBugs Group ===
      * Long discussion on what to require, and who sponsors people to
        the fedorabugs group. For now, it was decided that cla_done
        would be required, and that Jon Stanley & John Poelstra will
        handle the sponsoring. Once the Fedora Account System2 is
        implemented this will be revisited, since most of this could be

=== F9 Feature Process ===
      * FESCo approved the following feature for F9: 
              * http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/Upstart 
              * http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/GCC4.3 

IRC log can be found at:

Brian Pepple <bpepple at fedoraproject.org>

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