RE: [ga] Consensus
|> -----Original Message-----
|> From: firstname.lastname@example.org On Behalf Of L Gallegos
|> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 10:48 AM
|> To: ga
|> Subject: Re: [ga] Consensus
|> We have no guidelines for determining consensus which is why we
|> are paralyzed. If a member of this list brings up a topic, it should
|> be discussed. If there are a number of participants who determine
|> it is a viable topic and needs a determination, it should then,
|> perhaps have a straw poll to see if there is enough interest to take
|> it further and write a motion...
|> Whatever is done, it must be defined.
A discussion has started on GA-RULES regarding these matters. The purpose
would be to define how we can go from simple discussion to reaching
consensus. Hopefully those interested in the discussion will join in
there. I agree the GA Assembly appears to stagnate at the discussion stage
and very few outcomes are being produced. By defining a process where
outcomes may be achieved and documenting it for all to follow who wish, it
is hoped more progress will be made.
Darryl (Dassa) Lynch
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