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Re: [ga] DNSO Expenses

Succinct, I don't know, but there is http://www.dnso.org/

Peter Veeck

Tripp Lilley wrote:

Tripp Lilley wrote:

> On Fri, 8 Oct 1999, Karl Auerbach wrote:
> > Let's also make sure that the monetary contribution we seek from
> > participants in proportional to their ability to meaningfully participate.
> Are you sure this is what you mean to say? Making one's ability to
> "meaningfully participate" (presumably directly, not inverseley)
> proportional to their monetary contribution seems a recipe for "big money"
> control.
> In my idealist fantasy world, "participation" would be proportional to the
> percentage of one's resources one commits to involvement :-) Thus, if I
> have twenty bucks to my name, but I send it all in as my dues, I ought to
> get more pull than Microsoft, who only sends in $250,000 (I'm committing
> 100% of my liquid assets, they're comitting a small fraction).
> But it isn't such a world, so I'll settle for something that isn't so
> nakedly "power proportional to money". (Knowing you, though, Karl, I'm
> guessing this isn't what you meant to suggest).
> BTW: Can someone lend a pointer to a succinct listing of the
> "7 constituencies" I've heard about?
> Thanks!
> --
>    Tripp Lilley  *  tripp@perspex.com  *  http://stargate.sg505.net/~tlilley/
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