Amendement constitutionnel : Méthode de vote Condorcet/Clone Proof SSD
Proposition : 16 mai 2003
Début des discussions : vendredi 16 mai 2003 23:59:59 UTC
Appel au vote : vendredi 6 juin 2003 23:59:59 UTC
Fin du scrutin : vendredi 20 juin 2003 23:59:59 UTC
Manoj Srivastava [email@example.com]
- Joel Baker [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Colin Walters [email@example.com]
- Ben Collins [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Simon Law [email@example.com]
- Fabio Massimo Di Nitto [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Bas Zoetekouw [email@example.com]
- Cesar Mendoza [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Guido Trotter [email@example.com]
- Taylor C. Carpenter [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Ian Jackson [email@example.com]
En réponse à une requête, Buddha Buck a fourni un résumé de la justification pour cette résolution générale. Le texte actuel de cette résolution générale est le suivant :
Under 4.2 Procedure [for developers during a general resolution or election], change item 3 to read: 3. Votes are taken by the Project Secretary. Votes, tallies, and results are not revealed during the voting period; after the vote the Project Secretary lists all the votes cast. The voting period is 2 weeks, but may be varied by up to 1 week by the Project Leader. ______________________________________________________________________ Under 5.2 Appointment of project leader, change item 7 to read: 7. The decision will be made using the method specified in section A.6 of the Standard Resolution Procedure. The quorum is the same as for a General Resolution (s.4.2) and the default option is "None Of The Above". ______________________________________________________________________ Under 6.1 Powers [of the technical committee], change item 7 to read: 7. Appoint the Chairman of the Technical Committee. The Chairman is elected by the Committee from its members. All members of the committee are automatically nominated; the committee votes starting one week before the post will become vacant (or immediately, if it is already too late). The members may vote by public acclamation for any fellow committee member, including themselves; there is no default option. The vote finishes when all the members have voted, or when the voting period has ended. The result is determined using the method specified in section A.6 of the Standard Resolution Procedure. ______________________________________________________________________ Under A.2 Calling for a vote, change items 2 and 4 to read 2. The proposer or any sponsor of a resolution may call for a vote on that resolution and all related amendments. 4. The minimum discussion period is counted from the time the last formal amendment was accepted, or since the whole resolution was proposed if no amendments have been proposed and accepted. ______________________________________________________________________ Replace A.3 with: A.3. Voting procedure 1. Each resolution and its related amendments is voted on in a single ballot that includes an option for the original resolution, each amendment, and the default option (where applicable). 2. The default option must not have any supermajority requirements. Options which do not have an explicit supermajority requirement have a 1:1 majority requirement. 3. The votes are counted according to the rules in A.6. The default option is "Further Discussion", unless specified otherwise. 4. In cases of doubt the Project Secretary shall decide on matters of procedure. ______________________________________________________________________ Replace A.5 with: A.5. Expiry If a proposed resolution has not been discussed, amended, voted on or otherwise dealt with for 4 weeks the secretary may issue a statement that the issue is being withdrawn. If none of the sponsors of any of the proposals object within a week, the issue is withdrawn. The secretary may also include suggestions on how to proceed, if appropriate. ______________________________________________________________________ Replace A.6 with: A.6 Vote Counting 1. Each voter's ballot ranks the options being voted on. Not all options need be ranked. Ranked options are considered preferred to all unranked options. Voters may rank options equally. Unranked options are considered to be ranked equally with one another. Details of how ballots may be filled out will be included in the Call For Votes. 2. If the ballot has a quorum requirement R any options other than the default option which do not receive at least R votes ranking that option above the default option are dropped from consideration. 3. Any (non-default) option which does not defeat the default option by its required majority ratio is dropped from consideration. a. Given two options A and B, V(A,B) is the number of voters who prefer option A over option B. b. An option A defeats the default option D by a majority ratio N, if V(A,D) is strictly greater than N * V(D,A). c. If a supermajority of S:1 is required for A, its majority ratio is S; otherwise, its majority ratio is 1. 4. From the list of undropped options, we generate a list of pairwise defeats. a. An option A defeats an option B, if V(A,B) is strictly greater than V(B,A). 5. From the list of [undropped] pairwise defeats, we generate a set of transitive defeats. a. An option A transitively defeats an option C if A defeats C or if there is some other option B where A defeats B AND B transitively defeats C. 6. We construct the Schwartz set from the set of transitive defeats. a. An option A is in the Schwartz set if for all options B, either A transitively defeats B, or B does not transitively defeat A. 7. If there are defeats between options in the Schwartz set, we drop the weakest such defeats from the list of pairwise defeats, and return to step 5. a. A defeat (A,X) is weaker than a defeat (B,Y) if V(A,X) is less than V(B,Y). Also, (A,X) is weaker than (B,Y) if V(A,X) is equal to V(B,Y) and V(X,A) is greater than V(Y,B). b. A weakest defeat is a defeat that has no other defeat weaker than it. There may be more than one such defeat. 8. If there are no defeats within the Schwartz set, then the winner is chosen from the options in the Schwartz set. If there is only one such option, it is the winner. If there are multiple options, the elector with the casting vote chooses which of those options wins. RATIONALE: Options which the voters rank above the default option are options they find acceptable. Options ranked below the default options are options they find unacceptable. ______________________________________________________________________
avec 804 développeurs, Q=14,1774468788, ce qui fait un quorum de 42,5323406364, soit, arrondi par excès, 43.
Des statistiques sur les bulletins et les accusés de réception sont rassemblées périodiquement durant la période du scrutin. De plus, la liste des votants pour l'élection est disponible. La feuille d'enregistrement est également disponible.
Il y a eu un total de 160 votes uniques. 144 voix étaient en faveur de la résolution qui dépasse haut la main les 42,53 requises (cela fait 3,3856589 fois le quorum). Le nombre de voix contre la proposition était de 16. La résolution passe avec une majorité qualifiée de 9 contre 1, ce qui est supérieur à la majorité qualifiée de 3 contre 1 requise.
Donc cette résolution passe.