Re: Political policymaking
>>"Paul" == Paul J Thompson <email@example.com> writes:
Paul> I would have to say that I agree with Ian entirely here. I
Paul> think that Debian becoming more organized would do alot for our
Paul> "productivity". Alot of things get thrown about witgh nothing
Paul> getting done sometimes ( _sometimes_ ). I think a more
Paul> organized voting and ammending process would be a good start to
I think I'd tend to lean the other way if I _had_ to choose
sides ;-). While I agree with the sentiment that we need a process to
break deadlocks, I think we can come up with a less cumbersome
process than this (reminds me of the US senate rules [apropos which:
what on earth is the logic behind a filibuster?]).
The document under discussion was very ard to read ...
who wishes he was better at legalese ;-)
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