[Foundation-l] Open question from an Election Official: on voters' elibiglity

Aphaia aphaia at gmail.com
Sun Aug 27 02:57:29 UTC 2006

Such implementation will reduce our work greatly.
Thank you for your coding in advance.

On 8/26/06, Erik Moeller <eloquence at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/25/06, effe iets anders <effeietsanders at gmail.com> wrote:
> > What are the elections for? We choose a representative. That
> > representative represents the communities. If someone is no part of
> > the communities, should it be able to vote who should represent that
> > community? It's a good question. But I don't think someone should be
> > taken away his or her right to vote when (s)he is banned from a
> > project. That would be as an additional punishment. I think it would
> > be best to state that the edits on the project you are indeinitely
> > banned from do not count. So if it was your only project, you can't
> > vote. But when you were active enough on another project as well, and
> > not banned indef there, it's ok to vote. That way it is not an
> > additional punishment, but a clearer definition of the representation.
> ACK. Also seems easiest to implement; Special:Boardvote only has to
> check for a local block flag.
> --
> Peace & Love,
> Erik
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