On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 5:28 PM, Gerard
When we have consensus on that one, someone has to count them.. So what
piority do we give it and, what do we bumb down the list ? Alternatively who
is volunteering to write the necessary software anyway and how are we going
to get it operational ??
I have been developing a python library that does the mailing list
analysis, grouping together posts from the same user that were sent
with different email addresses, etc. and doing stats.
Those stats can be published monthly onto meta.
I think the easiest method of converting this into suffrage is to have
a special list where people can be added when they have been granted
suffrage for extra-ordinary reasons. At election time we inform
people who dont qualify via normal means to check the various
extra-ordinary suffrage criteria, such as their mail stats, and notify
the election committee if they qualify. The election committee would
then add the person to the special list.