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Decisions are made where necessary by majority vote. Once a decision is made by
 
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the technical steering committee, the decision should be respected as a democratic decision.
 
the technical steering committee, the decision should be respected as a democratic decision.
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Revision as of 13:06, 1 July 2010

Contents

OE Technical Steering Committee

The TSC consists of 5 people and will be elected by, and ultimately be answerable to, the members of the OE e.V.

Members

Philip Blundell (pb_)
Chris Larson (kergoth)
Michael 'Mickey' Lauer (mickeyl)
Richard Purdie (RP)
Holger Freyther (zecke)

Responsibilities

On a day-to-day basis the TSC will be responsible for making tactical policy decisions, resolving disputes between contributors, administering access control to the git tree, and generally promoting good development practice.

Decision Making

Decisions are made where necessary by majority vote. Once a decision is made by the technical steering committee, the decision should be respected as a democratic decision.

Old Minutes

June May

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