Re: Thanks and Decision making working group
Philipp Kern writes:
> On 2021-04-20 10:59, Adrian Bunk wrote:
>> I would suggest to replace the option of shortening the discussion
>> period with the possibility of early calling for a vote after a week
>> that can be vetoed by any developer within 24 hours. This would ensure
>> that shorter discussion periods would only happen when there is
>> consensus that nothing is left to be discussed.
> But K developers could have stopped this, right? (Per 188.8.131.52.) Now
> the constitution feels quite heavyweight on that ("sponsoring a
> resolution"), but I'd be surprised if the DPL would not have taken
> back the decision in that case (184.108.40.206).
How does that even work? The next clause is:
| If the decision is put on hold, an immediate vote is held to determine
| whether the decision will stand until the full vote on the decision is
| made or whether the implementation of the original decision will be
| delayed until then.
+---[ Debian Constitution, 220.127.116.11 ]
Which leaves open quite a bit, e.g, how long would the voting period for
the immediate vote be? The regular voting period is two weeks after