Bug#636783: Bug#795857: Bug#795855: Bug#636783: Bug#795855: #636783 - New bugs for individual issues
>>>>> "Bdale" == Bdale Garbee <email@example.com> writes:
Bdale> Sam Hartman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> I'm just sying having seen it used once I'd rather decide never
>> to go there again.
Bdale> For what it's worth, I agree.
I'll note that for this to be fair we need to be able to push back on
two different kinds of pressure pushed against ballot options.
Some members of the TC wanted to be able to vote for options focused
on only a choice of technology. Others wanted to include language
related to linking of technology.
If we believe it's important that we not act to prevent ballot options
from being on the ballot, then sometimes we get ballots were some
options answer more questions (or different questions) than others.
And the deciding factor for whether it is one ballot kind of needs to be
TC members wanting to be able to rank the options together.
So, to be concrete, it means sometimes you get D and DT on the same
And yeah, that's kind of strange.
But in my opinion it's what falls out when we decide not to
strategically block each other from having the options we value on the
(And yeah, perhaps you want to do some trimming of options no one claims
they care about even if it means that one of the obvious possibilities
doesn't even get voted.)