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PMC proposals

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This page collects proposals that have been put to the Project Management Committee.

2010-03-20
  1. Apertium membership in EAMT -- Approved (8, 0, 1)
2011-02-08
  1. Repository reorganisation -- Approved (7,0,0)
  2. Pre-releases -- Withdrawn
2011-04-05
  1. Supporting open formats on the mailing list -- Expired (3,0,0)
2011-07-19
  1. PayPal account to accept donations -- Expired (0,0,0)
  2. Migrate webspace and Wiki to Bytemark server -- Approved (6,0,0)
  3. Accept donations through Sourceforge -- Expired (0,0,0)
2011-11-02
  1. Apertium Workshop in Russia -- Approved (4,0,2)
2012-11-27
  1. Debian package mantainer -- Approved? (4,0,0) (in practice anyway)
2013-03-17
  1. Stable version of apertium-sh-sl -- Approved (5,0,0)
  2. New naming of the Bosnian-Croatian-Montenegrin-Serbian Sprachbund -- Approved (4,0,0)
2013-09-06
  1. PMC proposals/Move apertium to github -- Expired (0,0,0)
2014-08-18
  1. Add a new bylaw, on the removal of Committers
  2. Interpretation of bylaw 11, on the adding of Committers
  3. Removal of Transitional provisions from bylaws
2015-01-13
  1. PMC proposals/Allow some code under github.com/apertium Expired (3,2,1)
2017-10-24
  1. PMC proposals/Move Apertium to Github Approved
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