No. There’s no point.
If you want to update the platform, you’d need to put it to Congress that happens next July in 2018. By then, the situation will have changed.
Meanwhile, we have made public Statements in the form of press releases, to the effect that we do support SSM.
We have learned the hard way, that we should not put transient or time sensitive position in out platform. They just accumulate into a lot of outdated content. Instead, we prefer the platform to contain more generic positions.
We do have another new tool at our disposal … “Position Statements”. These we’re voted in as a concept at the 2016 Congress, but are not currently in use.
Position Statements can we written and approved by the NC. They may not introduce new policy positions, but they may contextualize and connect existing policies together and to relate them to current issues.
A position statement relating our marriage policy to the current SSM debate could be quite appropriate.
As an example, here is a Position Statement on Transgender and Intersex issues. There are several policy positions scattered throughout the platform that touch on these issues. The position statement connects them.
I also need to have a chat with @rundll about how Position Statements should integrate into our website. He’s kinda busy at the moment, so this will probably have to wait, but there’s nothing stopping you from writing a proposal for a Position Statement on SSM and submitting it to the NC for approval in the meantime. Maybe collaborate with the PDC. Maybe put it up here in Discourse for critique first. Go for it.