> On 04/28/2016 11:02 AM, Matthew Miller wrote:
>> I think we might benefit from having an official branding for
>> initiatives somewhere in between — work done *in* the project, but not
>> necessarily yet accepted into our "mainline". This would encourage
>> innovation _within_ Fedora without causing confusion over whether
>> something is "official".
> 1) would this create confusion with something like the Apache Incubator,
> which is well-defined but not well-understood outside Apache circles?
> 2) I like the idea, but an example project might help illustrate here.
Agreed, though I have some of my own ideas.
> 3) What are the criteria for "graduating"? Who are the mentors in this
> example? (Mentors are a key part of the incubator for Apache.)
Do projects have to graduate? I don't want this to be viewed as a
competition between initiatives, and promotion/relegaion/graduation
seem to set a competitive tone. As soon as you start talking about
graduation or promotion, you start getting into resource allocation
I'd personally be fine if a project joined the incubator and stayed
there. If they wanted to somehow because an Objective, we already
have paths for that.
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