On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 11:42:40PM +0100, Bill Allombert wrote: > Hello developers, > > I am hereby proposing the amendement below to the General resolution > entitled "Enhance requirements for General resolutions". > > PROPOSAL START > ======================================================================== > General Resolutions are an important framework within the Debian > Project, which have served us well since the first GR vote in 2003, > with 804 developers, nearly has much as today slightly over 1000 > developers. > > Therefore the Debian project reaffirms its attachement to the constitution > and the current General Resolutions process. > ======================================================================== > PROPOSAL END I am rescinding this amendment. Please second Lucas amendment instead, which has a cleaner wording. I would like to offer an apology for the fact that this proposal seemed to imply that the first GR was in 2003. This was an honest mistake. While there have been no GR in 2000-2002, GR were passed in 1999, though vote.debian.org lists them differently. "constitution" passed in 1998 is not really a GR since the constitution was not ratified yet. Neither "Logo License" nor "new logos" required seconds. "Swap logos" did, but vote.debian.org does not give information about the vote, though the resolution was approved (maybe without a vote). (Thanks to Neil McGovern for pointing this out). Cheers, -- Bill. <email@example.com> Imagine a large red swirl here.
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