This proposal was proposed 1 year ago and it's in 61% of commitment.

Does it mean it'll be removed automatically soon?

Proposal: Mythology

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first commit 9 months ago

That means it still has 3 months to go, it is a year after each mile stone.

1 year in Definition + 1 year in Commitment


I first created the proposal back in 2013 and the proposal skyrocketed in support. We have since hit a roadblock with as time continues will solve itself.

People can only commit to 3 proposals at a time. This is why we haven't been 100% strong on our last phase. When you say it has "3 months to go" I almost take offense to it. We need to give it time. As the projections show we should be hitting beta by June of this year.

If you look at the actual progress you will see on one section we are at 94%. All I have to say is:

Keep Calm and Carry On!

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    What do you mean about taking offense to "3 months to go"? A proposal has exactly one year in the commitment phase to reach the required number, or else it's removed. That's Stack Exchange policy. James Jenkins was merely stating a fact. (Which is why I'm trying to zealously promote this site however I can.) Mar 6, 2015 at 20:17
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    @Mr.Bultitude I don't really take offense. It's just the blandness of it. For a site to reach all of their goals within the 2 year span is very difficult. I just don't want this proposal to look like a lost cause. Mar 6, 2015 at 20:30

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