This document defines the nature of Libreboot’s leadership structure.
In principle and in practise, Libreboot is a collectively and democratically governed project. Any member of the public can propose anything. Our leadership is a flat hierarchy; we have no leader!
Our core management team is open to the public; anyone can join it, if they make substantial contributions to the project and if the current core management team agrees. Libreboot is a community project.
All proposals, big or small, should be discussed and (if approved by core management) implemented.
Information about code review can be found on the Git section of the website.
In alphabetical order:
Generally, the people on this list have these responsibilities:
All members are granted SSH access, with varying levels of access depending on need. At the very least, all members are able to update the website when new changes to it are merged in the Git repository.
These people are not part of core management, but still have influence.
Other IRC channel moderators:
specing occasionally provides assistance, and moderates the IRC channel.
Additionally, Libreboot has a separate set of operators on the subreddit r/libreboot. Check Reddit for more information. Actions taken by moderators there are also subject to these management guidelines.
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