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From Ben Hyde <>
Subject Re: apr_ v.s. ap_
Date Fri, 07 May 1999 15:31:33 GMT
Rodent of Unusual Size <Ken.Coar@Golux.Com> writes:

> Ben Hyde wrote:
> > 
> > Summary: ap_ over apr_ by 4 votes to 3, or 6 to 4 depending
> > on how you count.  - ben
> You know, Ben, I think it would be only fair if you counted the
> one person whose part you've been championing: the module
> writer named "tani hosokawa", who voted for "apr_".

My apologies, I just swept thru the archive for instances of 
the ballot.  This would not have changed the outcome, unless
of course I made other mistakes as well.

> I would actually like to extend this ballot a bit, time-wise,
> and ask it on the apache-modules list as well, making it
> clear both here and there that this isn't a insiders-only
> vote and that *everyone* who might be affected is free to
> vote.

Some nice people recently gave me a copy of Robert's Rules 
of Order.  I've been entertaining my self at dinner by asking
my children what they think the book ought to say about various

This sounds like a motion to reconsider, for example:

I'm not, today, a stickler for the details of these kinds of rules,
but it would seem approprate to get "a member who voted with the
prevailing side" to agree that this is a useful exercise, presumably
because we need "to correct a hasty, ill-advised, or erroneous action,
or to take into account added information or a changed situation that
has developed since the taking of the vote."

 - ben

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