Bug#727708: Call for votes on init system resolution
On 7 February 2014 06:20, Ian Jackson <email@example.com> wrote:
> Don Armstrong writes ("Bug#727708: Call for votes on init system resolution"):
>> Given the already stated preferences of the CTTE, and the previous votes
>> we've already had, openrc and sysvinit are clearly not going to defeat
>> any option, so their position in your vote is largely irrelevant.
> If we held the votes separately in the other order, T-vs-L first, and
> T won, I would put GR ahead of systemd-T. So if we vote on U-D-O-V
> first, l don't know whether to rank systemd above GR.
Based on your initial vote on your own ballot and the above, your
votes would be:
2a. (L wins): UDF
2b. (T wins): FUD (*cough*)
1. UD ("where do I put F?")
Presuming everyone votes, where you put F only has an impact in either
case only if at least three other ctte members will also vote FD above
T or DT (given UT is irrelevant); which based on the already expressed
preferences and votes, isn't actually going to happen.
Anthony Towns <firstname.lastname@example.org>