[CentOS-devel] CentOS Stream Feature Request SIG Proposal

Fri Apr 9 18:22:53 UTC 2021
Amy Marrich <amy at redhat.com>


So would presenting to the SiG be a starting point to requesting a new
feature, or would the SiG monitor bugzilla and other channels for new
submitted feature requests? I'm assuming either route would result in the
SiG then championing them if they are a good fit for the project?



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On Fri, Apr 9, 2021 at 11:38 AM Aoife Moloney <amoloney at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I would like to share with you all a proposal I have submitted on creating
> a SIG dedicated to reviewing and triaging feature requests that come from
> CentOS Stream development intended for future RHEL releases.
> The full proposal can be read on the CentOS wiki [0] and an issue has been
> opened on the CentOS board tracker [1] for review and decision.
> Here is the proposal summary and I welcome any thoughts, feedback and
> discussion:
> Purpose
> The purpose of this SIG will be to serve as a gate for feature requests
> that are first developed in CentOS Stream from contributors who wish to
> request these features to be included in future RHEL releases and are then
> filed in bugzilla. The SIGs overall goal is to make sure that features
> which have been filed and have technical merit are triaged internally to
> the correct venue for further review and development. The SIG will take
> ownership of regular bugzilla reviews filed under Stream and map feature
> requests from these bugzillas against the formal RHEL Feature Request
> criteria to identify and file qualifying requests inside Red Hat to achieve
> this.
> I hope you all have a lovely weekend!
> Kindest regards,
> Aoife,
> [0] - https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/StreamFeatureRequest
> [1] - https://git.centos.org/centos/board/issue/33
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