Yes. that's the one I recalled that I liked. Seconded. Scott K On Wednesday, September 09, 2015 01:08:39 AM Sam Hartman wrote: > See https://lists.debian.org/debian-vote/2015/09/msg00016.html > for the message to second if you choose to do that. > Rationale copied below. > > > As I discussed, in Andreas's resolution, I think that the strategic > voting fix introduces more problems than it serves. INstead, I propose > that we don't fix that, but trust ourselves to propose ballot options > that are statement-of-the-day-like ballot options not requiring a > super-majority when doing so is wise. I think that doing so is > generally a good idea when you have a super-majority option and its > opposite on the same ballot--when there is substantial contraversy about > whether to move in the direction of the super-majority option or some > other option on the same ballot. > > I have chosen to retain the preference for the default option in the TC. > If four members of the TC really cannot live with an option, we're > better off with more discussion or taking it to a GR. > > Even in the Init system discussion, which I think is the most > controversial decision to come before the TC, several of the TC members > who preferred options that did not win explained what changes would need > to be made for them to consider options similar to the one that won to > be acceptable (ranked above FD). > As it happened, four TC members didn't think no decision was better than > the decision we got: if four members had ranked the winning option below > FD, the chair would not have had the opportunity to use his casting > vote. > > We also have some strong evidence from emails where some TC members > explained their balloting decisions including what they ranked above FD > that the tactical voting people were afraid of didn't happen. > > We're actually quite good at deciding whether another round of painful > discussion is worth the cost or not, and when people we've appointed to > make these decision decide that it is, I'd rather not second guess them.
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