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Governance rules for Fn Project #1094
Good start - no major disagreements from me but a couple of requests for clarification.
few tiny comments, this is basically ready to green button to me -- thanks, this is great.
fwiw, the only thing this doc didn't make crystal clear to me after reading it pretending to be a user that knows nothing is that in general this document applies to a relatively rare set of circumstances, mostly wrt governance itself (e.g. add a repo, add a member, remove a member, change consensus rules), and most things in general should be opened as issues on a particular repo to discuss / slack and explicitly not as things to discuss in the forum in the manner outlined here. again, just wasn't perfectly clear, even though it is clearly stated that that is the case it's buried in the 'Technical Decisions' section and imo would do well to be clearly stated at the beginning. but that's just, like, my opinion, man.
edit bonus: while the supermajority section outlines that everything should be tagged as 'supermajority' if that's what they want, it seems wise to require a tag in general along the lines of 'governance' for these kinds of things in general, as the forum may contain other kinds of things too (bug reports, off topic discussions of tea infusions, idk).
edit bonus bonus: maybe this is supposed to apply to a wider set of things and I misinterpreted? I am typing this at 8pm on a Friday clearly I am not a good example of a human and should not be trusted with opinions.