On Wed, Apr 07, 2021 at 10:14:56PM +0200, Florian Weimer wrote:
* Mark Wielaard:
> Florian Weimer, who is one of the glibc maintainers.
For the record, I'm a regular glibc contributor, not a maintainer for
glibc appointed by the GNU project.
Grin. I think that is precisely the point of the GNU Assembly, to
document and recommend the actual GNU governance setup. You are what
the glibc project calls a maintainer of the project:
I think it is a maybe unspoken assumption on this list that there
hasn't been any proper GNU governance for the last couple of years
(some would say decades). And that if the person who calls himself
"Chief GNUisance" does try to "govern" the results are unbearable. As
you experienced in the glibc community. Most of the time the project
stewards simply say no, go away, shielding the actual developers from
the disfunctionality. But that isn't really a good governance model.