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Re: supermajority options



Hello,

On Fri, Nov 22, 2002 at 10:16:27AM -0500, Buddha Buck wrote:
> As to why I prefer (2) over the rest...  CpSSD is well-defined and 
> reasonably well studied when all votes are counted equally.  I find the 
> idea of scaling votes involving particular options to change it enough 
> that its properties become unknown and unpredictable.  It may be 
> severely broken in ways that CpSSD isn't.  I'd rather have the core be 
> something we know is good.  That means that I have legitimate FUD with 
> [3] and [4].
I agree with this.  But doesn't the same argument apply
to at least [5]?

Jochen
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