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Re: Slot allocations

From: Thomas Schwinge
Subject: Re: Slot allocations
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2011 11:03:57 +0200
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On Sun, 17 Apr 2011 17:05:58 -0300, Rodrigo Rodrigues da Silva <address@hidden> 
> On 15-04-2011 07:43, Daniel Thomas wrote:
> > So currently there are 16 projects for GNU which are rated with the top
> > average score of 5. We have 10 slots. How is that disparity being
> > resolved? Are the org admins going to go through those 16 and decide
> > which 10 are the best? Is an average score of 5 indicative of that
> > project being awesome? Is there anything I should be doing to help?
> It is not clear how we are going to make this decision. Maybe the total
> score could be used as a second criteria, plus a "no more than one slot
> per package", since we got fewer slots this year.

We have until tomorrow (2011-04-20) for choosing our top ten.

> Anyway, I think we should move this discussion to a private list (or a
> private IRC meeting?).

I can offer to quickly setup an email exploder like
<address@hidden> via GNU fencepost's aliases file.  This
one would include all the people that are signed up in Google Melange as
GNU mentors.  Sounds like a plan?


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