Re: Discussion: Possible GR: Enhance requirements for General Resolutions
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On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 01:50:37AM +0100, Bernd Zeimetz wrote:
>> b) Delaying a decision of a Delegate or the DPL [§4.2(2.2)],
>> as well as resolutions against a shortening of discussion/voting
>> period or to overwrite a TC decision [§4.2(2.3)] requires floor(Q)
>> developers to sponsor the resolution.
>> c) the definition of K gets erased from the constitution. [§4.2(7)]
>what I'd like to add here is something in the lines of
>d) If a resolution will affect an upcoming release which is already
> frozen, the resolution needs twice the number of sponsors as defined
> in a).
>This should help to avoid that some random people try to stop a release
>in the latest moment if there's not a really good reason to do so. If
>we want Debian to be used in business ("enterprise" *gasp*)
>installations, we should at least be able to tell people when we're
>about to release, without having them to fear a delay for months or
>years due to a GR.
I disagree: Debian release when ready, not in time. Which is good!
If anyone creates a vote close to (expected) release, then they have a
good reason to do that. Which we should not suppress by designing our
rules to favor releasing "in time".
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