On 11697 March 1977, Neil McGovern wrote: > AMENDMENT START > ======================================================================== > General Resolutions are an important framework within the Debian > Project. Yet, in a project the size of Debian, the current requirements > to initiate one are too small. > > Therefore the Debian project resolves that > a) The constitution gets changed to not require K developers to sponsor > a resolution, but floor(Q). [see §4.2(1)] > b) Delaying a decision of a Delegate or the DPL [§4.2(2.2)], > as well as resolutions against a shortening of discussion/voting > period or to overwrite a TC decision [§4.2(2.3)] requires floor(2Q) > developers to sponsor the resolution. > c) the definition of K gets erased from the constitution. [§4.2(7)] > > (Numbers in brackets are references to sections in the constitution). > ======================================================================== > AMENDMENT END > Rationale: This is basically s/K/Q/. It keeps the 'immediate override > delegate decision' as twice as hard as proposing a GR. Well. I personally dislike that, and that speaking as a delegate who had a "Thank you" vote from the project already, but if you get enough seconders, I'm happy to have this on the vote too. -- bye, Joerg <lenny> schneidet nie chilis und wascht euch dann _nicht_ die hände und reibt euch dann an der nase. <lenny> uargs, wie das brennt <lenny> hammer. das ist ja schlimmer als die dinger zu essen...
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