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     +5; -6 = NOT approved.
 
     +5; -6 = NOT approved.
 
     +4; -1 = NOT approved.
 
     +4; -1 = NOT approved.
     +20; -19 = NOT approved.
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     +20; -19 = approved.
  
 
== Defining X ==
 
== Defining X ==
  
 
X would be the maximum value of a ticket that can be voted in Pagure. Since this is an important change, this amount should be discussed by the community.
 
X would be the maximum value of a ticket that can be voted in Pagure. Since this is an important change, this amount should be discussed by the community.

Latest revision as of 23:07, 3 April 2017

New Guidelines for Fund Requests/ Reimbursements - LATAM Region

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THIS IS JUST A DRAFT. THE RULES BELOW ARE NOT VALID IN THE FEDORA COMMUNITY.

Fedora has a general reimbursement guide here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Reimbursements The rules in the link above cannot be overridden by any rule in the present guide.

Important changes

  • No more per-country voting restrictions: This only exists in LATAM and promotes disagreement between countries, we are ONE region.
  • 3 Ticket limit Ranges:
    • one for voting on pagure issues
    • one forcing ticket to be voted in meetings
    • one forced by FAmSCo for expensive tickets (> 2000)
  • Bi-weekly meetings: Like EMEA and APAC - If we are only voting tickets, this could be done in pagure. Note that this would be an advantage of allowing votes to be casted in Pagure.
    • Maybe we can count attendance in the meetings (post this in a page/app) so people can consider it before casting their votes.


New Limits per trac ticket

  • $0-X USD = The request can be approved in tickets in a 7 days frame using LATAM voting rules.
  • $(X+1)-2000 USD = MUST be approved in a bi-weekly meeting using LATAM voting rules.
  • > $2000 USD = Requires approval from FAmSCo
    • A ticket has to be filed on the FAmSCo pagure repository.

New Voting rules

Tickets will be approved if in a meeting or after 7 days if they are being voted in a ticket when either:

  • They have at least 3 +1s and NO -1s

OR

  • They have at least 5 +1's AND the positive votes are greater than the negative votes.
   Examples:
   +3; -0 = approved.
   +3; -1 = NOT approved.
   +5; -4 = approved.
   +5; -5 = NOT approved.
   +5; -6 = NOT approved.
   +4; -1 = NOT approved.
   +20; -19 = approved.

Defining X

X would be the maximum value of a ticket that can be voted in Pagure. Since this is an important change, this amount should be discussed by the community.