Re: gnome foundation: some key issues to discuss.

> Exactly how to achieve that I don't know; maybe have a broad
> membership, but most decisions are effectively left to the board; 

Ew. If the board makes most of the decisions, then it will effectively
have to be a board that represents the people. I like representative
democracy as much as the next American, but I don't think that scope is
really necessary.

> or maybe have a smaller membership, including only major contributors to
> the most significant packages.

I think that this would annoy most of the GNOME contributors.

> I'm not sure. Anyway, certainly we need a more formal membership
> mechanism than gnome-hackers has ("ask Miguel").


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