[odf-discuss] procedure at ISO Ballot Resolution Meeting
nicolas.pettiaux at ael.be
Mon Sep 10 07:36:18 EDT 2007
2007/9/10, Peter Vandenabeele <peter at vandenabeele.com>:
> I always read that at the "Ballot Resolution Meeting"
> some "No with comments" voters can change their
> vote to "Yes (with comments ?)", if they are happy
> with the resolution to their comments.
> Is this really a "one way street" where only
> "No" --> "Yes" transitions are possible, or are other
> transitions also possible (e.g. from "Abstain" or "Yes"
> to other positions) ?
as far as I understood after discussing the point with other friends
and supporter of ODF, it is definitively possible to change *any*
vote, provided the country has voted and decides to go and attend the
BRM to enter the new vote.
Going from ABSTAIN to YES is a way, and I plan to work *actively* on
this in our country.
Nicolas Pettiaux - email: nicolas.pettiaux at ael.be
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