Hey folks, some end of the year thoughts on osquery governance:As per the charter section 2.f., the TSC may elect a TSC Chair. I propose we elect @seph to this position as he has essentially been performing the roles "preside over meetings of the TSC" and "serve as the primary communication contact [with Linux Foundation]".Can we consider adding new members to the TSC? @Stefano Bonicatti and @sharvil have both been deeply involved in the osquery efforts over the last years.Should we consider removing inactive members from the TSC?Any of the above can be approved by a majority vote of the TSC.
12/28/2021, 8:11 PM
Early rough thoughts....
Aw, I feel honored!
Adding new members is an interesting question. Agree those two have been deeply involved. I don't know how I feel about expanding the TSC. I feel like it's a bit... under specified.I see the job of the TSC as guiding the direction of osquery. I don't know that we always succeed there. I also don't know if Stefano or Sharvil is interested in that aspect.Note that this is distinct from committers, of which I think they both long since passed that bar.
Removing inactive isn't unreasonable. I think there's one?
01/10/2022, 4:05 PM
Sorry for the radio silence here, but I though about it a bit and even though I’m still interested in following and helping with the project development, I don’t want to put forward my nomination to the TSC membership.Thank you for considering me for that spot though.
01/10/2022, 4:06 PM
In contrast, after I slept on it, I thought you'd make a great addition. Both you and Sharvil have really solid input on some of the directions our code base grows in. You, specifically, about a lot of broad build and compatibility issues.
Regardless, I'm overjoyed with your involvement in osquery, and hope it continues in whatever way is best for you