[theforum] Vote Request

Alan Lloyd [www-ss.com] alan at www-ss.com
Thu Sep 7 18:00:52 CDT 2006

William Anderson wrote:
> I don't see the point.  The existence and staleness of a list should not
> necessitate its removal.  If we all agree to commence proposals,
> discussions, etc here on theforum, the objective is achieved, and we can
> move on.  I don't see a need for change in the way we have our lists
> organised; you're thinking to small, to narrow.

Actually I don't see the point in keeping them. As yet no one has come
up with a reason that is compelling. Keeping them for the sake of having
them is not a good enough reason.

Bringing things back to the forum with the exception of things we
*can't* discuss in public benefits the community as a whole.

Every one then knows what state we are at with everything.

> Concentrate on the organisation itself, not a particular element of its
> implementation.  *Nothing is happening* is the primary issue.  Discussion on
> irc *and* here on the list will help that, even if it's a meta discussion as
> we're having now.

Thats the idea.

> Let's not vote, let's not argue, let's just do!

Personally I thing you need 1 and 3 in any community. We can do without
the arguing but discussion is good.


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