I can't resolve this Finger without knowing whether or not the document was
incorrect (or indeterminate, which it clearly isn't). Unless anyone can
point to a proposal that clearly existed that your ratification claimed did
not, and within a timely fashion from the Finger, I will likely acquit.
Actually, the previous batch was resolved _after_ this batch was distributed,
so I believe quorum is only 5 at the moment. It will be higher (at least 7)
when the current batch is resolved.
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On August 8, 2018 7:51 AM, Kerim Aydin wrote:
> The old
The old precedents don't apply. Previously the rules said something
like "a proposal is created by publishing a body of text that is clearly
marked as a proposal" which meant that you could accidentally do that
if you marked something as a proposal when you distributed. Now it
says "create by
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