Le dimanche, 19 janvier 2014, 12.39:01 Ian Jackson a écrit : > Russ Allbery writes ("Re: GR: Selecting the default init system for Debian"): > > As a TC member, I dislike the supermajority requirement for the > > project to overturn a TC decision by GR, particularly in this case. > > I think we would all be extremely unhappy if the TC voted one way > > on the default init system and the project then voted a different > > way by a 60% majority. > > I agree. I think that would be quite bad. We could explicitly state > in our TC resolution that the TC decision can be vacated by General > Resolution on a simple majority. I don't think our constitution allows a resolution of the TC to change how §4.1.4 has to be interpreted for a GR overriding it. It would certainly need to be checked with the secretary (CC'ed, just in case). Cheers, OdyX  If §4.1.4 stood with something along the lines of "unless the TC explicitly lowered that requirement", that would be different, of course.
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