Re: Suggestion to make more use of the WIKI for module proposing procedure

Good idea! Maybe GNOME could even borrow some formal decision making
process from Python? Like PEPs:

On 3/18/07, Jaap Haitsma <jaap haitsma org> wrote:

Sofar this mailing list has always been used for proposing new modules
which is accordance to the current procedure [1]

Usually these proposals lead to huge threads of emails where arguments
get repeated and people "forget" that things have been said or simply
don't read the whole thread.

For this it could be handy to have a WIKI page for every proposed
module where the proposer first lists all the items asked for in [1]
and where people can leave arguments why they are in favor or not for
the inclusion.

I am not saying that there should not be a discussion on this list,
but the WIKI could be a good summary of the discussion.

What do people think about this?


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