Control to Github organisation
Github organisation "diaspora" contains the members who can maintain the issues and the Diaspora repositories. This means these members can accept pull requests to Diaspora code base.
We need a way to control who gets chosen to this list of persons and make sure that the amount of people stays limited but still that there are enough people to make issues and pulls flow nicely.
This discussion is about how to handle membership to the Diaspora code repository.
Poll Created Fri 5 Oct 2012 9:23PM
Subgroup for governing Github organization Closed Fri 12 Oct 2012 11:53AM
I propose a new Loomio subgroup be created that only includes the current members of the Github organization "diaspora" (https://github.com/diaspora?tab=members).
If any of the current members are not on Loom.io they should be invited if this proposal is accepted.
Only members of this Github organization are allowed as members of this Loomio subgroup.
In this subgroup members should vote on addition or removal of members from the Github repository. Minimum time for these votes is one week.
Other topics can of course be voted on but they should concern the Github repository only - generic developer/feature etc related votes should be put through the generic developer group.
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12 of 102 people have voted (11%)
Fri 5 Oct 2012 10:15PM
We need to first figure out from the Diaspora GitHub organization who needs to be a part of this small group, but I'm all for setting up a Diaspora GitHub subgroup on here.