On 11/14/2012 12:44 PM, Hugh Brock wrote:
Apologies folks, I'm out of pocket for the next couple days and
haven't had a second to organize this vote. It'll be Friday unless someone else
wants to organize it sooner.
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From: Justin Clift <jclift(a)redhat.com>
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Subject: Mission Statement - Was Re: Aeolus Developer Conference Report. ACKS REQUIRED
BY NOV 13.
On 14/11/2012, at 3:00 PM, Scott Seago wrote:
> Hmm. OK, I guess to me it's fairly clear that if we can handle >1, we can
handle 1 too, but I have no real objections to mentioning both, if it can be done in such
a way that everyone agrees to the wording. What is essential, though, is that we do
mention multi-instance systems, since that's a huge part of what we do. In other
words, by all means lets make it clear that we handle "one or more instances" --
but not at the expense of not making it equally clear that we handle complex
multi-instance systems well.
Hmmm, we seem to have started bike-shedding on the mission
statement a while back. ;)
Let's get the list of mission statement candidates written
up, then vote to pick the winner.
Yeah, this discussion is repeating what we hashed out last week.
Unfortunately, mmorsi wasn't there last week, so he wasn't there for the
original hashing-out -- hence this point coming up again.
That said, I'm fine voting on the results of last week, but Hugh did say
earlier in the week that on-list suggestions/tweaks were fair game for