cvs commit: src Makefile.inc1 src/share/mk bsd.subdir.mk
Greg 'groggy' Lehey
grog at FreeBSD.org
Wed Sep 8 17:37:39 PDT 2004
On Wednesday, 8 September 2004 at 9:35:12 -0600, Greg Lewis wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 08, 2004 at 12:00:06PM +0930, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote:
>> On Tuesday, 7 September 2004 at 15:19:40 +0000, Warner Losh wrote:
>>> imp 2004-09-07 15:19:40 UTC
>>> FreeBSD src repository
>>> Modified files:
>>> . Makefile.inc1
>>> share/mk bsd.subdir.mk
>>> Although 'Unanimous Consent' appears to be a well defined and used in
>>> the US Senate, Canadian Parliament and Australian Senate, it was
>>> causing some confusion.
>> Indeed, including the notion that it's used in the Australian Senate.
>> You'll recall the discussions that the South Australian Senate
>> understands the term, but they don't use it. To quote the December
>> 2003 core report:
>> - grog reports a discussion with a member of the SA Senate. The term
>> "unanimous consent" is not used in Australian politics, and it could
>> be interpreted both ways. Any interpretation would be subject to
>> quorum requirements.
> Either you had a discussion with a South Australian Senator (i.e., a member
> of the Australian Senate elected to represent the state of South Australia)
> or you had a discussion with a Member of the Legislative Council. You can't
> have had a discussion with a member of the South Australian Senate since the
> upper house of the South Australian state parliament isn't called the Senate,
> its called the Legislative Council.
Indeed. It was Andy Johnstone, advisor to Ian Gilfillan MLC. But I
didn't want to confuse the issue by using local terminology.
See complete headers for address and phone numbers.
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