Re: GFDL position statement ballot invalid
On Tue, 2006-02-28 at 15:34 +0100, Sven Luther wrote:
> Well, one could consider that changing the interpretation of a fundation
> document is indeed changing it. This will establish a precedent which you can
> see as an annotation of the DFSG, or whatever they say in legalese.
> But in any case, it is without doubt that it will change the spirit of the
> DFSG, and as thus needs a 3:1 super-majority.
If we grant, for the sake of argument, that the secretary is entitled to
make such a ruling, he needs to insist that the wording of Amendment B
(choice 3) be changed to add the rest of the amendment as a third
foundation document. He should not produce a procedural mess such as
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