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I agree, but it's not something that is constitutionally requested if I understand it correctly, as objection testing seems only to be restricted to governance meetings.

Now I can of course make governance proposals to extend objection testings to other situations in our company.

The question is: would it make sense to be constitutionally requested? At least for domain impact objections, as this is the only mention of "objections" outside governance in the constitution.