On Wed, 2020-09-16 at 14:13 -0700, akuster808 wrote:
On 7/27/20 6:09 AM, Richard Purdie wrote:
The OE TSC recognises there are issues related to inclusiveWhere do we stand on a plan? I noticed a patch already got applied to
which the project needs to address and that we need a plan for
moving forward. It is unclear how much change the project members
to see or can cope with at this point in time, nor how much help is
available to make changes. It is noted that whilst steps were
in the email thread discussion, those have as yet not been acted
There are some steps the TSC believes the project can take:
a) Going forward all new code and new variables should use
language. We will rely on the usual peer review process of changes
help catch issues and request the communities help in doing so but
becomes standard policy with immediate effect.
b) We defer any potential "master" branch name change until
git's direction becomes clearer. This is one of the most invasive
potential changes and if we do change it, we need to get it right
make a decision based upon tooling support and general wider
c) We start looking at the function names and patch filenames for
problematic language and accept patches to change those straight
This area is much less invasive and lower risk.
d) We create a list of the potentially problematic variable names
the wiki so we can understand scope and what kinds of work is
form a better plan, including understanding the potential migration
paths for changes.
change names. The name change in that patch, is that "wording" change
we should adopt?
Was there a patch applied?