[Tagging] Tagging proposals: What's the exact time for start/end?
pelderson at gmail.com
Wed Apr 21 14:09:43 UTC 2021
True, but I would prefer a new iteration: updated proposal, new RFC round,
modeling phase, then re-vote.
Op wo 21 apr. 2021 om 15:54 schreef Brian M. Sperlongano <
zelonewolf at gmail.com>:
> For most proposals, the majority of the voting happens in the first few
> days, and just after it's mentioned in the weeklyOSM. By the time the end
> of the 2-week period comes around, most people have forgotten it and voting
> has dwindled off.
> For this proposal, votes were still rolling in at a healthy pace on the
> last day of voting, and it's still being debated actively on Telegram
> groups and in the forums. Given that the current vote (around 50% in
> favor/opposed) is far short of the threshold needed for approval, there is
> absolutely no harm in the author holding it open longer in order to
> continue to collect information on people's support and/or opposition, in
> order to inform future attempts/revisions. I see it as perfectly fine to
> continue adding votes past the stated end date. The vote can be officially
> closed later once activity dries up.
> On Wed, Apr 21, 2021 at 9:31 AM tracker51 <tracker51 at t-online.de> wrote:
>> Now that I'm writing this it's April 20, 2021, about 13:27 UTC. My
>> question relates to the current proposal
>> boundary=forestry(_compartment) relations.
>> On the related website, one can read the following text:
>> boundary=forestry(_compartment) relations
>> Voting (under way)
>> Tagging scheme for areas used for forestry
>> As to this it should still be possible to vote. Am I right? Wouldn't
>> it be useful to additionally give the exact time for start and end of
>> proposals? Or is there an explanation anywhere which I haven't found?
>> Best regards
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