Re: Debian's custom use of Condorcet and later-no-harm
Russ Allbery writes ("Re: Debian's custom use of Condorcet and later-no-harm"):
> This change would also fix a different problem that came up during the
> debate, namely one of the problems with the 2:1 majority required for a TC
> override. Currently, if we have a general project vote on something on
> which the TC has already ruled, you can get situations where overriding
> the TC is the Condorcet winner but doesn't achieve supermajority over FD,
> and a different option is chosen as the winner even though it's beaten by
> the override because it doesn't require a supermajority and beats FD.
Perhaps every option that requires a supermajority should pass anyway
but be regarded as non-binding.
Anyway, I think this is a slightly different problem to the A.6.3 bug.