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Revision as of 05:17, 8 February 2008 by Aristeo (New page: ==Procedure== * The infrastructure team members will give their vote directly to the team leader. * If there are two options to vote for, the team members can vote for either option. If th...)
- The infrastructure team members will give their vote directly to the team leader.
- If there are two options to vote for, the team members can vote for either option. If there are more than two options to vote for, the team members should list each option in order from what they approve of most to least and the votes will be counted using the condorcet method. Team members may exclude options from their list that they have no preference with or may choose to abstain completely from voting if they have no opinion at all.
- By default, everyone voting will have three days to turn in their vote. The team leader should attempt to contact any voters that are unavailable to give them an opportunity to vote.
- If the person voting opposes the action, they must briefly explain why they oppose it. Everyone voting must be made aware of the opposal and the reason for it, and anyone who already voted must be given an opportunity to re-vote.
- It is recommended that the issue is discussed prior to the vote, preferably in #opers unless there is a reason to conduct the conversation in private.
- In the event of a tie, the tie-breaking vote is granted to the team leader. If the team leader has no opinion, then the tie-breaking vote is granted to the person the most seniority in the team who's willing to vote. If the entire team abstains, then no action is taken.
- If a tie was made using the condorcet method, then a regular vote will be conducted.