On Tue, Apr 13, 2021 at 1:45 PM Rich Bowen <rbowen at redhat.com> wrote: > > > > On 4/9/21 3:07 PM, Matthew Miller wrote: > > The bikeshedding part > > is: I wonder if "SIG" is the right name / structure for this group? SIGs > > generally are focused on more specific areas, right, and this is more broad. > > So, where I'm going with this is... "CentOS Stream Feature Steering > > Committee"? > > We only have one name for things in CentOS, and it is SIG. It might or > might not be the "right" name, but it's the one that we have. The Promo > SIG (such as it is) is certainly not the same species as the Storage > SIG, but I, for one, don't relish the notion of determining what is a > SIG, a committee, a working group, or a knitting circle. > > Yes, naming things is hard. Well, at the risk of more bikeshedding, the "official" name for all these in Fedora now is "Team", where each team can choose to call themselves a Team, a SIG, or a Working Group at their preference. Working Groups in Fedora currently have a Council reporting requirement, but that's going away because nobody did it anyway... We could just crib the whole "Team" name and let that be used too. -- 真実はいつも一つ！/ Always, there's only one truth!