Stephan Assmus <superstippi@xxxxxx> wrote: > François Revol <revol@xxxxxxx> wrote: > > > There are three methods: > > > 1. Vote, most probably by the development team. There would be a > > > list > > > of proposals, there would be discussion, and finally every member > > > casts > > > a vote. For optima forma, every proposal needs to be backed by a > > > developer that will carry it out (or oversee that it happens). In > > > this > > > scenario, Webkit (for example) will most likely not find an > > > adopter. > > > The DR1 naming will, and then might be voted for or against. > > > > > > 2. Benevolent dictator (team). An individual, or a group, will > > > make > > > some decisions about which key features alpha 1 needs. How they > > > are > > > appointed or selected, is another discussion. In this scenario, > > > whatever the representatives of the free mind agree on, will be a > > > decision. > > We could compromise on dictatorship by having ppl with svn commit > > access > > vote :) > I think this could work. Those who do the work should be the one to decide. Since I think most of this is pretty clear, I would just make a proposal of what was discussed so far, and then see if this needs another round of discussions :-) If we then think it's better to vote, why not. Bye, Axel.