Re: Summary? (Or: my vote is for sale!)
On Mon, 02 Oct 2006 22:03:11 +0200, Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> On Monday 02 October 2006 21:36, Adrian von Bidder wrote:
>> About the "my vote is on sale" bit: I sell my vote against such a
>> summary. Meaning: If I am satisfied by the summary I will vote how
>> I think best. Otherwise, I don't intend to vote. I might be biased
>> towards what kernel/installer/release team members think, because I
>> assume there is a bigger likelihood that such a decision will
>> actually be followed by action.
> As you seem to value the opinion of an installer team member, let me
> give you my personal vote: "Further discussion".
> For the reasons, see:
> You may wonder why I have not pushed that amendment harder. Main
> reason is that I was totally disgusted with the way the secretary
> felt it necessary to marginalize the amendment by declaring it a
> separate ballot before even a single other person had the
> opportunity to comment on it.
Firstly, why is a general resolution marginalized because we
are going to vote on it on its own? This is mystifying.
As to the timing, I thought that letting people know about the
standing of the resolution early was a service -- and I fail to see
why delaying the announcement while other people commented would have
made a difference.
Either the resolution is valid, and needs to be voted upon, or
it is not. If you do not think we need to vote on it, please withraw
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