Le jeu. 15 nov. 2018 à 13:55, M.-A. Lemburg firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit :
I find it rather unusual that we are pushed to vote on PEPs which will just have been finished in writing tonight.
Well, denying to modify PEPs during the PEP is the only reliable solution to prevent PEP authors to modify their PEP :-)
IMHO latest changes (that I saw) in the governance PEPs are "minor", they don't change fundamentally the governance model.
Shouldn't people who were not involved in the individual creation processes at least get two weeks to review the final work to make up their mind before entering a voting period ?
Two weeks is the duration of the vote. It isn't enough to review PEPs? Most PEPs have been written one month ago, if not longer.
For the people who have been heavily involved in the PEP creations this may seem unnecessary, but this is just small subset of the core developers.
I guess that many people will not start reading the governance PEPs until they really have to :-) I'm not sure that postpone the vote would help.
BTW: Thank you for writing up the comparison. I hope you have updated to the resp. final versions of the PEPs as well :-)
You're welcome. Yes, I already updated everything :-) Hopefully, other PEP authors are also keeping this comparison up to date!