You commit to something, it's not working out the way that you envisioned based on the proposal and the sample questions and you want a way out of it after it's in beta.
You signed with your name once you committed. How can you (using Area 51) say "The future of this site is no longer up to me, I just don't agree on how it's evolving"?
In short, can we un-commit once a proposal has reached beta? Since one has yet to reach this stage, I thought this question was worth asking ahead of time.
Will the un-commit button work after a site reaches beta? What happens if several people do that and an already beta site falls below the required percentage to get to beta in the first place?
This answer explains this, in part, but not what happens if a site that reaches beta loses sufficient participants (and their reputation) that it would not have reached beta in the first place. Also, will there be a penalty if we take the conscientious objector route and simply not participate?
Corner case? Probably, but still a valid question. I appreciate your patience and answers, I tend to find possible events that aren't handled in a defined way.