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Re: Constitution - formal proposal (v0.5)

On 2 Apr 1998, James LewisMoss wrote:

>  Dale> What is not clear is what the constitution thinks "no longer in
>  Dale> question" actually means.
> Actually assuming we are 2:1 Yes to No.  Then after 134 yes votes we
> know yes has won.  After 67 no votes we know no has won.  At this
> point there is no need to take more votes.  This, I believe, is what
> is meant by 'no longer in question'.
Note that this definition is more accurate than my rendition (making the
distinction between the number of yes votes and the number of no votes
required for "no longer in question)

I think that this is another point in favor of making this clear in the

Waiting is,

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