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[Bug 9894] The chairs should be required to ensure that decisions result in consistent specifications

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--- Comment #4 from Maciej Stachowiak <mjs@apple.com>  2010-07-28 01:16:46 ---
The chairs discussed this issue. We believe that it is not the role of the
chairs to enforce consistency as the highest value. Rather, it is our role to
evaluate arguments made by members of the Working Group to determine which
proposal draws the weakest objections. Thus, if particular Working Group
members feel that consistency is important and believe that a given proposal
would violate it, they should cite the consistency problem and explain their
reasoning, either in another Change Proposal or in a straw poll objection.

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