The goal is to define a process to unblock issues and PRs where there is clearly a need or good contribution but no clear outcome. The hope here is that by putting down all the context it will help the community reach a consensus. I also want to keep the process lite-weight to avoid hindering the contribution process.
The proposal is mainly lifted from the Rust community. This is mainly a starting point for the discussion, we should probably adapt the RFC process to our community.
One of the big difference with our community is that we don't have paid members that can implement the RFCs. That makes it hard to "accept" a RFC and have it implemented without having a "champion" that first agrees to be working on this. So I propose that instead we should have the RFC submitter try to gain at least traction of one other community member.
There are also some open questions regarding the feedback process. What is the acceptable response period for a feedback?
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