[ros-dev] Constitution

Murphy, Ged (Bolton) MurphyG at cmpbatteries.co.uk
Mon Oct 17 13:25:51 CEST 2005

Freworld wrote wrote:

> If the forum is not the form you like I could include another form of 
> website voting. You could also peculate voting mails on the mailing 
> list. This project stands on a certain factor of trust.

I personally think we should open up a new section in the forums entitled
Everyone with commit access should be placed in the 'developer' group and
the developer group should be given write access to this section.
Polls should be made using the built in voting system.
Should the 'voting' section should be made read only, or invisible to other
Results should be posted onto the wiki

> Perhaps we should make a vote which voting system is preferred? :)

Although ironic, I think this is the only way. We will need a few more
suggestions first of how the voting system should work.


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