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Re: Proposal - Statement that Sarge will follow Woody requirement for main.

* Graham Wilson (bob@decoy.wox.org) [040524 20:10]:
> On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 10:12:52AM +0200, Andreas Barth wrote:
> > * Debian Project Secretary (secretary@debian.org) [040523 23:55]:
> > > 	I do not think we can over ride the constitution, and other
> > >  foundation documents, with a simple position statement; so I would
> > >  not think a simple position statement can trump the SC.
> > 
> > I think we can override it with a position statement that has the same
> > requirements as a change of the fundation document, i.e. this position
> > statement would require a 3:1-majority.

> What is the constitutional basis for you thinking this?

If the developers could change this fundation document by the very
same way, and they explicitly only do an override for a specific
situation instead of putting more text into this fundation document,
why shouldn't this be allowed? (Or perhaps view it just as a very
implicit change to the fundation document. Our constitution does not
disallow this.)

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