Yes, I guess project leads could vote. They could have a number of
"voices" (weight) between 1 and the number of contributors to their
projects (estimated how?), or some other measure of
size/impact/importance (hard to define and agree about, I imagine)
On 22/09/2021 11:11, Ricardo Wurmus wrote:
> Mark Galassi <mark(a)galassi.org> writes:
>> Does anyone have any opinions on whether we should proceed even
>> without feeling a deep inner drive for governance? Or should we wait
>> for further elements to fall in place?
> As I see it, we have at least three open issues here:
> - who can vote?
> - how do we decide?
> - will we ever decide to let other packages join GNU?
> (The last one is particularly inflammatory, because it is a head-on
> disagreement with GNU leadership of the past decades, so I wouldn’t mind
> delaying this until the first two issues are solved.)
> With this third item in mind, who should be able to vote on issues
> affecting GNU? Should we attempt to avoid giving the cultures of large
> projects more weight due to their larger number of contributors?