Bug#727708: Call for votes on init system resolution
Kurt Roeckx writes ("Bug#727708: Call for votes on init system resolution"):
> On Fri, Feb 07, 2014 at 02:04:42PM +0000, Ian Jackson wrote:
> > I have added the following texts to the drafts in git:
> > + == introduction (all versions except GR) ==
> > +
> > + We exercise our powers to set technical policy (Constitution 6.1.1)
> > + and decide in cases of overlapping jurisdiction (6.1.2):
> Could you instead add that to the individual options, so it's
> clear for which part of the text you use which power?
I hereby propose and accept amendments to all my proposed versions
along the lines of the commit below which I have just made to the git
I hope this satisfies everyone.
Note that the T options have not yet been formally proposed by
anyone. As the sole proposer I can accept amendments at will.
If Russ (or someone else) had proposed the T options, then I would
have proposed these as amendments to Russ's versions which it would
fall to Russ to accept (or reject).
Author: Ian Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat Feb 8 16:15:19 2014 +0000
727708: split powers thing out as requested by Kurt
diff --git a/727708_initsystem/draft-resolution.txt b/727708_initsystem/draft-resolution.txt
index a1cb9b8..8045e42 100644
@@ -18,8 +18,8 @@ Options on the ballot:
== introduction (all versions except GR) ==
- We exercise our powers to set technical policy (Constitution 6.1.1)
- and decide in cases of overlapping jurisdiction (6.1.2):
+ We exercise our power to decide in cases of overlapping
+ jurisdiction (6.1.2):
== version D (systemD) ==
@@ -55,7 +55,8 @@ Options on the ballot:
init systems for the foreseeable future; we continue to welcome
contributions of support for all init systems.
- Therefore, for jessie and later releases:
+ Therefore, for jessie and later releases, we exercise our power to
+ set technical policy (Constitution 6.1.1):
== dependencies rider version T (Tight coupling) ==