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Re: [Amendment] Reaffirm current requirements for GR sponsoring

On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 09:01:38AM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 04:10:49PM -0700, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
> > =====================================================================
> > General Resolutions are an important framework within the Debian
> > Project. While over those years, some problems have arised during the
> > discussion and/or voting of some resolutions, there is no evidence that
> > changing the number of sponsors (seconds) for GR proposals or amendments
> > will help solve those problems.  Instead, by making it harder to propose
> > general resolutions or amendments, it might make it harder to improve
> > imperfect resolutions, or to add valuable options to a ballot.
> > 
> > Therefore the Debian project reaffirms the current requirements for the
> > sponsoring (seconding) of GR proposals or amendments, and for overruling
> > of delegates.
> > =====================================================================
> Seconded.
> I realise there are already sufficient seconds to make this a valid
> option on the ballot, but it seems reasonable to see what it actually
> takes to get to the 15 or 30 or so seconds being proposed before voting.
> (From the vote.d.o page I gather there's currently 8 seconds for the
> proposal to require 2Q seconds, and 5 for Q seconds)

It's now at:
2Q: 9
Q: 7
Keep current: 7

I've commited 9/7/5 a few hours ago, but there is a delay before
the pages get regenerated.


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