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[Bug 12675] Describe revert policy in Decision Policy

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--- Comment #1 from Sam Ruby <rubys@intertwingly.net> 2011-05-27 08:48:13 UTC ---
The revert policy should cover the situation where a change is made which is
inconsistent with a published Decision.

Concrete examples to illustrate: if the editor wants to change caretBlinkRate
to caretBlinkPeriod and that meets with no objections, he is welcome to do so. 
If the editor wishes to remove drawFocusRing and people object to that change,
then that change should be reverted until a new decision is made on issue 131.

As always, the editor should be encouraged to discuss changes along these lines
with the entire working group before making them.

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