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Re: [ga] Procedure.

Who did say:
1) that we want a resolution?
2) that we want a single resolution?
We just wanted to have a chair... too bad.

On 20:13 13/05/02, Thomas Roessler said:

>On Mon, May 13, 2002 at 12:52:26PM -0400, DannyYounger@cs.com wrote:
>>Re: "The resolution which gets most "yes" votes will be considered to 
>>have been accepted, under the additional condition that more than 50% of 
>>voters accepted it."
>>Just to be clear... are you exactly following the "VOTING RULES FOR THE 
>>DNSO GA" published to 
>>http://www.dnso.org/dnso/notes/2000.GA-voting-rules.html or, are you 
>>creating a "new rule"?
>The mode of operation I have proposed is asking two questions (to speak in 
>terms of the rules):
>         1. Should the GA adopt resolution A?
>         2. Should the GA adopt resolution B?
>Since the objective of this election is to have one resolution in the end, 
>I have added the rule that the resolution which receives most "yes" votes 
>is the one we consider the ultimate outcome of the vote.
>If you folks want to go without this addition, the question would have to 
>be: "Which resolution do you want to have?" The three mutually exclusive 
>answers would be: James' resolution, Alexander's resolution, no resolution 
>at all.
>Thomas Roessler                      <roessler@does-not-exist.org>
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