Message from discussion A modest proposal for a simple proposal process
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Subject: Re: A modest proposal for a simple proposal process
From: "Isaac Z. Schlueter" <i...@foohack.com>
To: CommonJS <email@example.com>
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> This is essentially the process we've been using.
That's the idea ^_^
> I also think that State 2, "Discussion", is more nuanced.
Agreed. Updated to make this explicit. Ironically, that's probably
the bit that needs the least explaining for new members, since it
happens out in the open.
Kevin as BDFL is perfectly fine imo. Our hand-showing seems to be
pretty smooth and easy for newcomers to pick up. However, with the
CommonJS list, and the wiki on mozilla.org, and IRC channel, and the
various lists for individual projects, it's not always clear how to
propose a new idea. Maybe others feel differently, but editing a wiki
kind of feels like you need permission.