[Vienna-pm] Fwd: Not sure who to write to about a bounty management system proposal
domm at cpan.org
Tue Dec 11 01:43:10 PST 2007
Noch ein Interessent fuer das TODO-Management System
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From: David Nicol <davidnicol at gmail.com>
Subject: Not sure who to write to about a bounty management system proposal
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2007 13:58:53 -0600
To: vienna-pm-owner at pm.org
On Dec 7, 2007 9:32 PM, <vienna-pm-owner at pm.org> wrote:
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> From: david nicol <davidnicol at gmail.com>
> To: vienna-pm at pm.org
> Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2007 21:32:15 -0600
> Subject: bounty management system proposal
> Sorry I'm not writing in German, I don't know it. Based on
> e-mail, you guys know English better than I do anyway.
> I would like to propose to create the bounty management system
> for winter of code.
> My paraphrase of the requirements is available at
> I envision the requirements sponsor as a single person,
> while the funding sponsor, which is a group, can be
> represented by multiple people who will all get copies
> of project listing requests. To approve a listing,
> there must be at least one APPROVE and no DENY after
> a week after the project listing application. Is that good,
> or does it make more sense to keep the funding sponsor's
> governance out of the framework and work with a single
> contact-role e-mail address, with a single, effective APPROVE?
> David "works in progress" Nicol
"Common sense has prevailed"
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