Re: Discussion: Possible GR: Enhance requirements for General Resolutions
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Joerg Jaspert wrote:
> I have felt for some time that the low requirement for seconds on General
> Resolutions is something that should be fixed. We are over 1000
> Developers, if you can't find more than 5 people supporting your idea,
> its most probably not worth it taking time of everyone.
Agreed, as you mentioned it's been talked about on IRC a few times recently.
> a) The constitution gets changed to not require K developers to sponsor
> a resolution, but floor(2Q). [see §4.2(1)]
In my opinion that's too high. I'd be more comfortable with K = Q.
> this will mean that future GRs would need 30 other people to support
> your idea. While that does seem a lot (6times more than now),
Actually, 31 (depending on where you do the rounding/truncation which would
have to be specified or there will be arguments).
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