On 10/02/2014 6:21 AM, "Ian Jackson" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Keith Packard writes ("Re: call for votes on default Linux init system for jessie"):
> > Let's finish that vote then and move on.
> Once again Bdale has proposed a vote on his own motion.
> However, my own proposal was on the table and has not been withdrawn.
> Bdale chose to put forward his ballot entirely on his own without
> giving me the chance to put forward amendments, and without putting
> his ballot forward as amendments to mine.
> Bdale has punished me for being a good citizen. I could have called
> for a vote on my own proposal without warning. Or indeed allowed my
> own last vote to carry on.
Just a heads up; you clearly stated in your original timeline email:
> If anyone jumps the gun on this schedule by calling for votes early
> and without gettign consensus the list, I think TC members who agree
> with my proposed schedule should rank FD first.
> If you think this schedule is wrong you will need to convince your
> fellow TC members to (a) vote FD on the 3rd CFV, to postpone again; or
> (b) refrain from voting FD on an earlier CFV.
You have stated that people can hold other and earlier votes; and given that people are not voting FD first, that clearly indicates that they think Bdale's proposal is acceptable in it's current form and does not require amendments. You are free to vote FD if you feel otherwise.