[@mention:456308404149183518] Ah, yes, I can see why that would be confusing.
"Chart it," is my way of saying, "Let's take this into integration" (i.e. I think it passes all of the criteria). I don't ever say the words "valid objection," because I may have to retest it in integration.
Version 4.1 of the Consitution says, "take all valid objections..." but I've pitched for the next version to say, "Don't take any invalid objections," because there is a slight but important difference.
I also usually write down an objection before testing it, so saying "chart it" could be confusing. But in practice, with the objection already written, if I say, "Let's chart that...any other objections?" it works well enough because I erase any once it's clear they're invalid.