On Wednesday, February 23, 2022 6:22:00 PM EST Sam Hartman wrote: > >>>>> "Judit" == Judit Foglszinger <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > Judit> Give the opportunity to vote for secret voting without > Judit> needing to additionally vote for unrelated/only slightly > Judit> related constitution changes; for example for the change of > Judit> mode of voting from email to something not defined. > > Even if you don't want to move toward some different voting system, do > we really want to require a constitutional amendment if say the > secretary wanted to move voting to a salsa-authenticated website to make > it easier and more accessible to our members? > Back when the constitution was passed, email was so obvious for this > sort of thing that it wasn't a real limitation. > > Today, I think there are all sorts of reasons we might prefer a > different way to interact with the voting system, and I don't want to > need to change the constitution every time we want to make such a > change. So far the rate of change in voting systems leads me to believe this is a quite manageable burden. And no, I don't think switching to some web based system would be an improvement. Scott K
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