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[Bug 12327] clarify what materials are considered when chairs look at survey results

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Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2011 13:50:34 +0000
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--- Comment #1 from Sam Ruby <rubys@intertwingly.net> 2011-03-18 13:50:33 UTC ---
I am concerned that if we provide a mechanism for people to comment on survey
feedback, that we will get a request for people to have an opportunity to
comment on comments on survey feedback.

My preference is that we document that we provide adequate opportunity for
discussion prior to a survey (and perhaps even cite that we have and will
establish and enforce cutoffs for bugs and issues well before any deadline in
order to enable such discussion), and that the survey is intended as a last
opportunity for people to provide feedback.  Those with a strong interest in a
particular issue are encouraged to check back often during the period a survey
is open.

My preference is that the only exception I that we consider is to provide an
opportunity for people to object to using the survey as a means for introducing
substantially new information, particularly when such information was available
well in advance and could not have been reasonably expected to have been

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