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[Demexp-dev] voting tools

From: skaller
Subject: [Demexp-dev] voting tools
Date: 21 Sep 2004 17:11:11 +1000

BTW: one interest I have in this project is actually
*using* it. I have the power to set it up for the
Felix project (there just aren't enough users yet,
but its going into the Shootout now .. :)

However we could think about setting up a site
for Ocaml. INRIA team could then use the results
to guide their activity. 

I think this would be much more effective than
just talking on a mailing list, for those issues
for which opinion is strong enough.

Note this use isn't for law making nor for forcing
the rightful controllers of the project to do anything.
Rather, it is simply one more way to measure opinion.

And, IMHO, that is how a community should be managed.
It is also, IMHO, what actually happens right now.

The difference is the quality of the command and control
feedback process: computerised voting is vastly
more responsive than electing representatives every 4 years.

John Skaller, mailto:address@hidden
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