I have some questions about the new reporting system, and noticed that there's not a megathread for such questions and comments. Most of the interaction has been on the unofficial Discord, and that can make it hard to assemble a FAQ to stop covering the same ground over and over! So:
Also was it ever answered how much support a report needs to make it past consideration, what qualifies as "enough support"?. Are "support with changes" votes counted as support, or as less than full support?
Is support taken in aggregate for the Report or does a single solution need to have enough upvotes for the report to go through? I.E: The difference between 5 votes for solution 1, 5 for 2; and 10 votes for solution 1, 0 for 2.
I want to clarify something with the Pending stage logistics. You pass consideration stage and go into review stage when you can rewrite the report. Can people still comment on the report during the review stage? Once a report is pushed to pending, can the author still edit it? My understanding is that up until AFTER the review stage, the only people who are allowed to comment on a report are those that have supported it or done a loophole to pretend to support it... if reports are locked before they go to open commenting, that seems like a problem if the only people the reporter has heard feedback for support the report. With that in mind, the best strategy to providing real input appears to be to just support everything so you can comment on it and vote it down in pending, but that wastes everyone's time...
I suggest that either everyone be allowed to comment on reports without jumping through supporting hoops, and/or more specifically that envoys (that is: org leadership) be allowed more free commenting in general to address issues with not being able to correct facts/etc on reports.