[Tagging] Have our tagging voting rules changed recently?
andrew.harvey4 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 4 08:06:31 UTC 2020
I'd suggest that if you vote no, it will be helpful for the community if
you could elaborate on why you're voting no, without enforcing a reason as
mandatory. Is it because this feature shouldn't be mapped, is it because
there is an alternative tag. So if the vote fails all this feedback can be
taken onboard for a revisal of the proposal and second round of voting.
On Tue, 4 Aug 2020 at 17:59, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
> looking at the "bare_soil" proposal I was surprised to read:
> "Any opposition vote without reason or suggestion will not be counted in
> the voting process."
> Is that something that we have added by consensus?
> It sounds like a somewhat sneaky measure to ignore opposition votes, or
> discourage those who cannot properly express their opposition in English
> from voting in the first place. It also raises the question of what
> requirements there are for a "reason or suggestion". If I vote no with a
> reason "it stinks", will there then be someone who says "ah, this is not
> a valid reason" and strips me of my vote? Who will that person be?
> Has this been used in other votes in the past? I'm tempted to say it
> would invalidate any vote but maybe it *is* indeed based on consensus
> and I missed that.
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