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Re: [tdf-discuss] LibOCon proposals


Hi Javier,

Javier Sola wrote on 2012-02-03 02:07:
I hope that the board understands that this is no longer an issue of
voting for a conference location. The "we can exclude you whenever we
want" message being sent to contributors is rather strong. Is this issue
important enough that it deserves this precedent?

how do you come to say "we can exclude you whenever we want"?

Neither can we, nor do we intend do. The point, as stated, is that in the last years, we had many joke votings, and we would like to find a system where eligible people, i.e. those contributing and most likely attending the conference, can vote.

What would you propose?

I rather let our members choose, than any botnet that finds the voting form...

Florian

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