The result for the General Resolution about the init system coupling is out and the result is, not quite surprisingly, "General Resolution is not required".
When skimming over -devel or -private from time to time, one easily gets the impression that we are all a bunch of zealots, all too eager for fighting. People argue in the worst possible ways. People make bold statements about the future of Debian if solution X is preferred over Y. People call each other names. People leave the project.
At some point you realize, we're not all a bunch of zealots, it is usually only the same small subset of people always involved in those discussions. It's reassuring that we still seem to have a silent majority in Debian that, without much fuss, just do what they can to make Debian better. In this sense: A General Resolution is not required.