Re: Proposal - Deferment of Changes from GR 2004-003
On Wed, 2004-04-28 at 15:57 +0100, MJ Ray wrote:
> We already knew that the minority in the last vote was far larger than
> 6, so this is unsurprising. Crossing the required number of seconds is
> part of the process and should not be the end of development. The
> proposer could still be reasonable.
We also know that many people simply didn't imagine the RM's
interpretation before voting. More than one person figured the
sarge-exceptions would continue regardless.
In the last GR 214 developers voted. 482 voted in the DPL vote and the
non-free GR. My excuse is that I was crazy-busy for the last month and
didn't get near mailing lists -- I've since put d-d-a back into my
In any case, there are enough people to bring this to a head and there
is obviously a chance for it to go either direction now that there is
added attention and different circumstances.
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