Bas Wijnen dijo [Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 06:47:36PM +0000]: > On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 06:06:09PM +0200, Ondřej Surý wrote: > > +1 to what Holder said. I believe it would be better to have this GR as > > simple as possible. And get into multiple options later if FD wins even > > this. > > That is not how Condorcet works. Because it's a ranked system, it specifically > finds the option that is most wanted. If we would vote on the options in turn > (and stop when the first is accepted), we'd find any acceptable option, but it > may not be the best. There is no harm to adding options on a ballot; votes for > that new option don't influence the race between the other options. Well, it is a good conjunction on how it works and how my reading of this situation works :) That is, I am not particularly partisan to *any* option that revises the current status (unless, say, somebody were to propose that "all old mails to d-private are declassified now, no questions asked"). If we vote among the three options currently on the table, I would be happy if any of them defeats FD. My preferences between each possibility do not weigh equally. I *expect* most people to have a similar reasoning. I expect FD to be weighed lower in our collective preferences to all of the other options. Hopefully, that's what will happen.
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