On Nov 1, 2003, at 15:36, Branden Robinson wrote:
[b] Debian should retain support for the x86 architecture That option is likely to beat almost any proposed change to the Social Contract by a landslide -- *if people vote sincerely*.
But would it beat "Debian should retain support for the x86 architecture, and remove SC 5."
(Probably. See my other message on insincere voting due to the supermajority requirement)