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Neil Bowers
June 9, 2022 09:53
PSC #067 2022-06-03
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PSC #067 2022-06-03

Present: Paul, Rik, Neil

Now that 5.36.0 has been released, we're due a term election for the PSC. Nicolas R has offered to run this. Rik will direct him at the documentation[1], and ask those who've run one before to provide help, if needed. There are two stages, each lasting 2 weeks: (1) nominations for candidates, which can include self nomination; and (2) core team members vote by ranking all candidates. The top 3 become the next PSC.

Karl proposed a change[2] to the release manager's guide (RMG), added a section saying that at the start of the dev cycle, decisions should be taken / confirmed on deprecations and taking features out of experimental. We agreed that if decisions hadn't already been taken by the current PSC, then they should wait for the incoming PSC.

Rik had called for release managers for the next few releases, but didn't get any takers beyond Neil. Neil will approach some people to try and fill in the release schedule. This is your chance to volunteer before I start asking people :-)

We reviewed the RFC tracker. The entries that were included in 5.36.0 have been given status Shipped. We went through all outstanding entries, taking actions to follow up on p5p, and agreed some changes in status.

The RFC tracker is now viewable by all[3]. It is editable by the PSC, but read-only to the world. Suggestions for improving the tracker can either be sent to p5p, or to the PSC: Normally we have it filtered down, but we'll leave it unfiltered outside of our meetings.



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