I found the poll question to be almost "too difficult" to answer. On the one hand, I don't like limiting discussion on the part of those who feel passionately that something should be discussed. On the other hand, I didn't really feel Katrina (outside of discussions about vlogging about it) was a valid subject for this group to get distracted by.
Ultimately, I read various conflicting opinions by posters whom I respected. I decided "not" to vote because I don't like "voting" when one is really unsure and is really only guessing.
Now, I'm glad I didn't vote. I didn't dream people's vote would be publicly listed in the manner they were. I would have hated casting a vote I wasn't sure of and offending someone else by doing so. I also think that this "vote" was really a pointless exercise since those who were concerned simply proceeded to do what they thought was appropriate to do.
I also find that my own initial opinions have changed a bit insofar as I might have initially leaned toward reluctantly voting "yes" but now after seeing the course (and discourse) that has taken place, I believe I would vote saying posting on this subject was relevant after all.