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Re: Willingness to share a position statement?

On Thu, Mar 25, 2021 at 07:21:36PM +0100, Gard Spreemann wrote:
> >> Essentially, voting in this GR is implicitly
> >> compulsory and there is only one correct way to vote.
> >
> >
> > Also not true. The GR is to vote whether Debian issues a statement about
> > this or not. If you think Debian shouldn't issue a statement about this,
> > that's a totally valid opinion. The point of the GR is to gauge whether the
> > majority of DDs think that the project should or should not issue a
> > statement.  We won't know until the voting is over whether that's the
> > case.
> I'm very sorry if I misunderstood something (this is the first GR to
> come up since I joined the project, please excuse the
> handholding/noise), but isn't this a GR over whether or not Debian
> issues a *specific* statement about the matter?
Though you can always propose an amendment.

> It puts those of us who may wish for Debian to make *a* statement, but
> dislike the broadness of the open letter that is under consideration for
> ratification, in a difficult spot.
If no amendments are proposed, just vote A=FD or FD>A?


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