ChangeProposals that are AcceptedByCommunityVote

If a proposal has committed developers and a commitment date at least 14 days in the past, but no consensus can be reached on the proposal (at least one person has a concern that they have not voluntarily removed), then the proposal will be put to community vote. A community vote is raised using an email to the mailing list. The email should:
  1. briefly summarise the issues, link to the feature topic,
  2. invite people to vote for or against the proposal, by visitbng the feature request topic and adding their name to a list,
  3. set a close date for the vote, which should also be recorded in the feature request.

Topic Summary State Commitment ConcernRaisedBy Release Tasks Last modified Sorted descending By
AdminApprovalOfNewUsers Should be able to audit new registrations MergedToCore CrawfordCurrie 3 Aug 2012   2.0 Tasks.Item12041 05 Jul 2015 - 14:05 GeorgeClark
SupportCommaFormattingToken Support , formatting token MergedToCore CrawfordCurrie 11 Mar 2010 MichaelDaum 1.1 Tasks.Item8695 05 Jul 2015 - 14:05 GeorgeClark
SettingAndGettingVariablesUsingMacros Setting Variables Using Macros MergedToCore MichaelDaum 20 Apr 2012 SvenDowideit 2.0 Tasks.Item12175 05 Jul 2015 - 14:02 GeorgeClark
Number of topics: 3
Topic revision: r2 - 02 Apr 2010, CrawfordCurrie - This page was cached on 14 Feb 2017 - 03:54.

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