Re: Constitution - formal proposal (v0.5)
Dale Scheetz wrote:
> While allowing folks to change their minds is a good thing, it's not the
> same thing as changing your vote.
> If we allow a vote to be changed any time before the deadline, then the
> clause about the "outcome of the vote" being "no longer in question"
> becomes a statement without content.
> If you can change your vote (if anyone can change their vote) then the
> outcome is never certain until the deadline for casting votes has passed.
> If you're not sure, don't vote until the last minute. When you are
> certain, vote. You can always change your mind later and feel bad about it
> if you want.
I'll have to agree with this. There is no one pressing you to vote as soon as
voting starts. I also think that things should be put to vote/voted on once
you know all you need to know.
Please don't let people vote more than once.
Luis Francisco Gonzalez <email@example.com>
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