On 18:15 Tue 02 Aug , Fabian Groffen wrote:
> > > Right, which means to me that if the council agrees on a certain change
> > > to GLEP39, it has to organise a full developer vote with all the
> > > supporting material for the change.
> > But, you are saying that the council has to approve changes for glep
> > 39 before they can come to a vote. This would mean that say a majority
> > of developers doesn't like something in glep 39, but the council
> > doesn't approve the change. That change will never come to a vote. In
> > other words, the council has control of the rules that govern it. Is
> > that what you are intending?
> I think yes, if the council regarding GLEP39 thinks A, but the dev
> population B, then it is unlikely the council will vote for B. However,
> the dev population should vote for other council members that do support
> B for the next term in that case.
I think the whole idea is rather absurd that the council could disagree
with a change to GLEP 39 and thus prevent it from going to a
developer-wide vote, even though they don't think they have the
authority to change the GLEP.
Council Member / Sr. Developer