The Debian Project recognises that on occasion the General Resolution process is dominated by a vocal minority of the project members, while the majority are uninterested in the topic under discussion. Without wishing to curtail the democratic process it is felt that it should be possible for the silent majority to indicate its desire to move on from the topic of a GR rather than continuing to rehash the same arguments ad infinitum. In order to facilitate this the project resolves to add a further option to all ballets, "No Further Discussion".

It is hoped that in the event of the "No Further Discussion" option being the winner of any vote that the project as a whole will accept that discussion of the subject of the vote is not considered to be a worthwhile use of project time or resources, and that we should therefore concentrate on more important matters.

(I thought about signing this post, but decided against it)