Re: Proposal to delay the decition of the DPL of the withdrawal of the Package Policy Committee delegation
* Sven Luther <email@example.com> [2006-10-27 08:49]:
> On Thu, Oct 26, 2006 at 06:10:46PM -0500, Debian Project Secretary wrote:
> > Hi,
> > As I count, this resolution to delay the decition of the DPL
> > of the withdrawal of the Package Policy Committee delegation has
> > received 2K sponsors, which means that § 18.104.22.168 of the constitution
> > to be called into action.
> > ,----
> > | 4. The Developers by way of General Resolution or election
> > | 4.1. Powers
> > | 3. Override any decision by the Project Leader or a Delegate.
> > | 4.2. Procedure
> > | 2. Delaying a decision by the Project Leader or their Delegate:
> > | 1. If the Project Leader or their Delegate, or the Technical
> > | Committee, has made a decision, then Developers can override
> > | them by passing a resolution to do so; see s4.1(3).
> > | 2. If such a resolution is sponsored by at least 2K Developers,
> > | or if it is proposed by the Technical Committee, the
> > | resolution puts the decision immediately on hold (provided
> > | that resolution itself says so).
> > | 4. If the decision is put on hold, an immediate vote is held to
> > | determine whether the decision will stand until the full vote
> > | on the decision is made or whether the implementation of the
> > | original decision will be delayed until then. There is no
> > | quorum for this immediate procedural vote.
> > `----
> > So, an immediate procedural vote has to be held to determine
> > whether the decision will stand until the full vote, on the decision
> > is made or whether the implementation of the original decision
> > (i.e. withdrawl of delegation from the policy delegates) will be
> > delayed until then.
> > I am proposing the following draft ballot for this immediate
> > vote, while I go about setting up the voting infrastructure. The
> > vote page containing the details of this general resolution is not
> > yet up, but as soon as it is it would be found at:
> > http://www.debian.org/vote/2006/vote_008
> You are overpassing your rights as secretary, it is not for you as secretary
> to call for a vote, or take any such actions, but it is only the proposer and
> the seconders who can do such.
I completely disagree with you. The constitution states "an immediate
vote is held" and I don't see that only the proposer can call for a vote
in this case. The way I read it it's not necessary that the proposer
needs to call for a vote in this case.
I very much appreciate the secretarys work.
If you and several others still feel that it is necessary for me as
proposer to call for a vote I will send out a signed mail later today.
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