Re: Ready to vote on 2004-003?
Raul Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> This is a policy issue, he's stated the policy he thinks is correct given
> the recent emphasis on the social contract, and the vast majority of
> activism being based on the idea that it's time to tighten up the social
> contract, eliminating areas where previously we have been lax. If this
> policy is not correct you need to convince more people than just him.
That's not what we're asking. We're asking: What effect would the
following language have on release timing? Then we, the developers,
will decide how to weigh the various considerations. But one key
piece of information is missing: what is the release manager's
estimates of the effect different possible wordings would have on
I had mistakenly thought that the last change would have no such
effect, because I didn't realize that Anthony would interpret the
change as he did. There's no criticism there of Anthony, but I don't
want to repeat my mistake. So I'm asking him to describe what effect
the various possibilities would have on release timing.