Re: Suggest ballot-by-section of the FDL position GR
> > I'm thinking of something like
> > http://people.debian.org/~mjr/gr-fdl.txt (24k, only based on originals)
> Uhm, this is a joke, right?
No. I'll thank you to get better at spotting jokes. I expect there are
others who agree with aj's text on some points and adeodato's on another.
I'd like to have a way to resolve that conflict without it being a choice
between voting for text one doesn't support and voting for spending time
on further discussion of this. Can we resolve it by balloting by section?
Then a full range of views can be used to pick a compromise.
Offering many versions of a controversial policy seems reasonably common
in advice about Condorcet voting. For example, online:
"Voters have a real choice only when offered competing versions of a
policy. Not just a tax, yes or no, but several versions of the tax can
and should be offered." -- http://accuratedemocracy.com/l_intro.htm
Lately, debian votes tend to offer a few polarised alternatives,
bundling different decisions together. I'm asking whether we can find
a better resolution this time, without running several GRs.
My Opinion Only: see http://people.debian.org/~mjr/
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