Re: "Pseudo-DIA" between the Linux Kernel Development Community and its Users

Lukas Bulwahn

The quick question after the meeting today:

Where is more explanation needed?

More explanation on the abstract description of the concept of a "Pseudo DIA" (maybe someone has a better word?)?

Or should I provide some more examples of potential activities, how they may be described as split between the two organizations, and how the overall argumentation of fulfilling a procedural requirement can be described in such a way where the activities are split among Kernel Community and User?

Do you have some specific process step in mind that might serve as a good example? I am happy to pick those suggestions and try to describe that as a Pseudo-DIA example.


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