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Re: Strategic Voting Re: General resolution: Changes to the Standard Resolution Procedure

On Thu, Sep 03, 2015 at 02:43:04PM +0000, Sam Hartman wrote:
>     Kurt> The solution to this problem is moving the majority check
>     Kurt> later in the process, so that option B would have been dropped
>     Kurt> first.  If they did this stratigic voting in that case both
>     Kurt> options would have been dropped.
> So, I think  this opens up far worse problems than it solves.
> let's take a specific example.
> Let's assume that option 1 is amend the social contract  to remove
> non-free.
> Option 2 is some statement that discourages non-free, but isn't strong
> enough to be a supermajority change.
> If option 1 wins but fails majority, w end up with FD winning.

This is a very good point, and it currently seems to me that the
current situtation is better than the proposed change.


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