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Bug#66023: PROPOSAL] Re: Shared libs vs. plugins.

On Mon, May 07, 2001 at 10:58:19PM +0200, Josip Rodin wrote:
> > > Yes, but if I amend the proposal like this, then it needs to be seconded
> > > all over again, doesn't it?
> Well, they don't invalidate it, but they change it from the one that the
> seconders seconded. How do I know their second still stands for the changed
> proposal, unless I get them to second it again? (It most probably does in
> this case.)

Seconders have to be expected to keep paying attention to the things they
second.  If the proposal becomes amended in such a way that they disagree
with it, they have to speak up.  If they can't be bothered to pay that much
attention, they should either not second it in the first, or be prepared to
accept that they might lend their support to proposals with which they

Remember, policy is supposed to be a lightweight process.

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