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Seven Day Feedback Period

This is part of the decision making process of the TWikiCommunity, and structures the way new feature proposals are handled. A feature proposal gets a green light to check into the repository after 7 days if:

  1. The specification has been written
  2. A developer commits to implementing the feature
  3. Concerns against the feature or its spec raised by other community members have been resolved
The purpose of the 7 day feedback period is to make it easy and quick for developers to add new features. And it also creates an incentive for the community to participate in the conversation. If people agree, either by silence or consensus, the feature or spec is accepted.

Check-ins may be reverted by community members if they do not meet the quality standard or do not follow the release process.

See details at TWikiReleaseManagementProcess.

-- Contributors: PeterThoeny - 2010-02-14


This is a proposal to replace the TheFourteenDaysRule. To be discussed and decided at HelsinkiReleaseMeeting2010x02x15.

-- PeterThoeny - 2010-02-14

This was accepted at the HelsinkiReleaseMeeting2010x02x15 with additional verbiage that community members have the right to revert check-ins.

-- PeterThoeny - 2010-02-16

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