So we have a reasonable policy in place. Can we now tackle the creepy
things as they come up? I am not opposed to voting about this. It just
seems like a crazy thing to do, because I can't imagine anyone would
be opposed to it. But maybe I lack imagination.
On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 4:49 PM, BWS Johnson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I am uneasy about coming up with a policy for banning people (from
>> what?) and voting on it, before it's demonstrated that it's even
>> needed. Can't we just tackle these issues as they come up, in context,
>> rather than in the abstract?
>> Or has a specific issue come up, and I'm just being daft?
> It's needed. It was requested. Specifically creepy things happening is why this came up. The policy is necessary to help people deal with things as they come up in context.
> I'm uneasy about voting on minority rights. That usually doesn't go well, and it almost always misses the point.