Re: Constitution - formal proposal (v0.5)
Dale Scheetz writes ("Re: Constitution - formal proposal (v0.5)"):
> Q is defined elsewhere. What constitutes a quorum appears to be defined
> differrently for differing voting requirements. That is, a simple majority
> vote requirement has a smaller quorum than a 2:1 voting requirement.
> But the section goes on to require that the total number of votes cast in
> favor of the proposal must be equal to or greater than the quorum. If the
> total votes cast equals the quorum value, this requires that everyone
> voting vote for the proposal. This contradicts the voting requirements,
> which for a 2:1 vote only requires 2 out of 3 voters be in favor. This
> looks like an additional, recursive, requirement on the definition of a
I _think_ you seem to be saying that it's not clear whether the quorum
is increased for a supermajority. It's not intended that it is. I'll
clarify this in my next draft (0.6).
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