A WA proposal reaches quorum once it gets approvals from 6% of all current Regional Delegates. It is then marked as in queue for a vote before the entire World Assembly, but quorum by itself does not guarantee a proposal will go to vote. Delegates can retract their approvals, knocking a proposal back below quorum level to expire on their own (proposals are automatically deleted from the proposal list after a few days), or the required approval count itself can increase based on normal daily fluctuations in the Delegate system. Delegates who have approved a proposal can also lose their position in their region during nightly updates. Most importantly, a moderator can delete a queued proposal for rules violations. A proposal that reaches the voting stage is considered a resolution.
It is possible to have several proposals in queue before voting begins on any given one. The queue is processed in the order in which they were originally submitted, rather than by approval totals or the order proposals actually hit quorum.