Also, there are some new users without right to
vote for that question.
Does this mean you are explicitly excluding certain users from the
vote? Wouldn't that be unfair?
I am a long-time contributor to the English Wikipedia, but have never
used the Serbian one. Will I be allowed to vote? I think I should
be, and my vote would be that Latin and Cyrillic script should coexist
on the same Wiki.
I don't edit on sr, so I wouldn't expect to have that right there.
English has had its own restrictions on certain things where a person
would need some number of edits, or some amount of time before editing.
I suspect that that's what's going on in their project.
Binding votes only make things work. 33% is a significant minority. We
have Wikis for languages with far less credibility. Votes in this
situation thend to impose the "tyranny of the majority". A better
approach is to have both sides recognize the rights and desires of the
other, and try to accomodate them.
I think that most of us non-Serbian speakers would vote like Timwi. Not
having separate British and American version for English was a very
positive early decision.