Any policy that could result in people being removed or banned for
failing to comply warrants a group decision. Unless anyone presumes to
speak for the group, online voting is the only tool we have to make it
official. I understand it's new territory, but does anyone have a
problem with it?
On 1/24/13 10:01 AM, Mark A. Matienzo wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 9:16 AM, Jonathan Rochkind <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> Any group decision in the past has been done via diebold-o-tron.
>> No, this is not true, that "any" group decision has been done via online vote. Or it's true only in the sense that one only considers it a 'group decision' if it was done by online vote.
>> To my knowledge, no other decision about code4lib has ever been made by online vote.
> More to the point, no other decision about code4lib in terms of
> "action" or "policy" has been made ever. This is new territory for us.
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