Re: Ad hoc and spontaneous voting
***** DOB => Darren O Benham
DOB> On Wed, Jun 30, 1999 at 12:19:44AM +0200, Davide G. M. Salvetti wrote:
>> What about the proposer of a vote writing the pros, and---at the end
>> of the discussion period---anybody so inclined submitting cons by
>> means of a procedure similar to the amendment one (i.e., with a proper
>> number of supporters, I mean).
DOB> I don't know that it has to be that formal. We're not THAT impersonal
Maybe I was a bit unclear: everybody may obviously express cons in any
appropriate forum, just the cons on the web pages should have a proper
number of supporters. This way you can be sure people who share the
same cons will work together to produce a unified list, and people who
argue against some proposal on silly grounds won't likely get any
supporter at all, with no need for some `editor' to decide what's good
and what's not for the web pages.
Just to clarify, I was unsure if I was clear enough.
Davide G. M. Salvetti - IW5DZC [JN53fr] - <http://www.linux.it/%7Esalve/>
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