De-facto, the current policy is that I vouch for new l10n accounts based on either a technical review of contributions, or based on recommendations for existing locale leads, for contributors to their locales.
If there are no objections, I'd file a bug to get that explicitly written down, mentioning me as named voucher like for the other modules in that bucket.
I'd also like to have a header that we can link to.
PS: We're seeing more bugs filed asking for wrong levels with more or less random people vouching, thus raising that now.
> Who is "the module owner or a peer responsible for that tree" for an
> l10n tree?
> Is it the l10n lead? If so, and you would like to be the person who
> vouches for new accounts, then yes, we need to change the policy because
> at the moment, the l10n lead could vouch for new accounts.
> If it's you, then the policy doesn't need changing.
I'd say it's me. We're handing out permissions for all l10n trees, not for one particular localization.
Practically speaking, it makes life easier for IT as they have a single named owner, instead of 100 wiki pages which may or may not be right.
Listening to myself, I should lobby for a back-up for myself here, let me dig one up.
>> I'd also like to have a header that we can link to.