Antonio Dolcetta on Fri, 30 Nov 2007 18:57:28 +0100 (CET)

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Re: [s-d] Invalid Refresh Proposals ?

Roger Hicks wrote:
> On Nov 30, 2007 10:31 AM, Antonio Dolcetta <antonio.dolcetta@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Please explain to me precisely why revising a Refresh Proposal is
>> different. You are all saying that you can do things unless the rules
>> don't explicitly prohibit something, I honestly don't see the difference.
> There is a difference between "permitted unless specifically
> disallowed" and "permitted unless regulated". The rules are clear on
> how consultations can become pondered, on who is the Emergency
> Coordinator, etc. Therefore any changes to a consultation or the
> Emergency Coordinator are regulated and not permitted unless clearly
> defined in the rules. However, the rules are not clear on Refresh
> Proposals. They indicate that Refresh Proposals can be
> submitted/discussed, but they do not indicate any means for doing so.
> Therefore any action involving Refresh Proposals is unregulated. Hence
> why I think your attempt to retract them all might be valid. I suggest
> you retract that attempt and allow this process to continue so as not
> to delay or prevent the emergency process.
> BobTHJ
And who decides how clear something has to be for it to be regulated or 
not ?
I'd say the submission of Refresh Proposals is extremely clear.
One man, one Refresh Proposal.
Impossible to be clearer.

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