> I am not gonna personally answer a survey everytime I vote against a
> feature. This is why we have a discussion period to raise issues, of
> course not everyone will raise all their concerns to each and every
> RFC (me included, take the annotation RFCS posted over the years, they
> are awesome but the one thing I dislike is the syntax). I doubt
> everyone have time to go in details and understand to the teeth what
> each and every feature does.
If a person doesn't have the time or inclination to read into the
details of an RFC, and also doesn't have time or inclination to engage
in discussion about it, and also doesn't have the time or inclination to
give even the briefest of justification about why they are casting their
vote a particular way to help inform future discussion...
Well, they shouldn't be casting a vote in the first place.
That's not to suggest everyone should need to be able to analyse the
patch line by line, but if a person is cleary *that* disengaged then IMO
they should do the honourable thing and refrain from voting.