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skud
Date:
July 24, 2000 21:24
Subject:
Re: Voting/Decision making guidelines
Message ID:
20000725142423.C3552@netizen.com.au
On Mon, Jul 24, 2000 at 08:54:10PM -0700, Derek J. Balling wrote:
>At 1:42 PM +1000 7/25/00, skud@netizen.com.au wrote:
>>
>>May I suggest, as one possible solution, Sourceforge.  It supports
>>"surveys" where people can vote on various things, as well as bug
>>tracking and other useful features.  http://sourceforge.net/ is the URL.
>
>Does sourceforge allow "weighting" of votes?
>
>I'd hate to have someone decide that they wanted useless_feature_foo 
>and go convince the slashdot-masses to vote overwhelmingly to muddy 
>the kernel with lots of stuff for useless_feature_foo.
>
>I'd rather have folks like Larry being able to veto stuff, etc.

The surveys there are not binding.  They could be used to get a feel for
public opinion, then whomever is appropriate could make a final
decision.

K.

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