[CentOS-devel] Is this the right channel to address the board?

Wed May 6 17:19:48 UTC 2020
Rich Bowen <rbowen at redhat.com>

On 5/6/20 1:05 PM, Jim Perrin wrote:
> I'm inclined to prefer a ticketing system, honestly. That way the things
> that are open or to-be-done are easily viewable and up-front. We can
> mark issues done, closed, whatever, and people can interact in a way
> that's visible without hunting through a variety of threads for a
> decision. It also means (in the specific instance of web work) we can
> review, comment, and mark up code done and contributed either as pull
> requests, linked items, etc.

That would be awesome.

> CNCF and a number of other projects already use such a model.
> On 5/6/20 9:59 AM, Karanbir Singh wrote:
>> On 06/05/2020 17:01, Rich Bowen wrote:
>>> Sure. I get that. What I'm asking, though, is how we, the community,
>>> should engage with you, the board, and how we can know that issues
>>> raised are even on your list to be addressed, some day, and when some
>>> day might be.
>> I am happy to try an email list. The board meets monthly, for things
>> that dont need a sync, we should be able to make progress faster.
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