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On Mon, 14 Jan 2008 19:01:48 +0100
Koen Martens <gmc(at)sonologic(dot)nl> wrote:
> My bet is on something web based, as i imagine that would attract the
> most response. Although that takes out the interactive, but why would
> the votes need to be interactive. Granted, an online session could
> improve effectiviness off the discussion preceding the voting.
Sorry that was dumb on my part. I thought the GA was a meeting not a
You guys may really want to read over the SPI bylaws. They have already
done a lot of this work for you.
Granted SPI is far from perfect and they do have significant issues but
their overall goal and the by-laws themselves in general are pretty
SPI uses the Condorcet method of voting. Which at first I thought was
dumb but using it for a while it seems reasonably fair.
Joshua D. Drake
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