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Re: Can we have a debate?

On Tue, Jun 13, 2000 at 03:08:35PM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote:
> What might be more difficult is working out how to judge the results. If
> 99% of users demand we keep non-free, do we vote anyway? If 49% of users
> want non-free and 51% have no use for it at all, is that indicative of
> a significant number of users wanting non-free, or that a majority don't
> want it? Similarly, wording the ballot so that it's not biassed towards
> getting rid of non-free or not may be difficult. But these aren't technical
> problems.

Additionally, those who vote may represent 99% of our user base, or 0.01%,
we can never tell for sure, only make a more or less clever guess.

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