Re: Constitutional amendment: reduce the length of DPL election process
Raphael Hertzog <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> That's because you only take into account controversial GR. Not all GR
> need to be controversial. Sometimes I'm tempted to use GRs to try have some
> official position statements from Debian on some topics.
Unfortunately, recent GRs seem to have reached a vote as
proposal || alternate || alternate || alternate
with very little overlap between the alternatives. I don't think
that's a good way to find a compromise, but DDs seem reluctant to
second and put more options on the ballot. Condorcet works better
with several overlapping options, IMO.
I think we need to be more liberal at putting options on the ballot.
One way to do that is more practice.
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