thomas.dalton at gmail.com
Mon Apr 9 23:47:28 UTC 2007
> I agree with Lodewijk in this. If smaller projects
> want to form caucuses and vote together, they can do
> so naturally. Not by someone assigning "alliances"
> from above. It was already suggested at the last
> election that the Wikisoures vote together, and I
> imagine it will be a more mature idea this time
> around. Certainly I expect there will be some sort of
> caucus-type discussion involving at least people from
> the english, french and ws.org. And the effort might
> end up being more widely organized.
What would be the point of such a caucus? It doesn't matter what
project a vote comes from, it still only counts as one vote. A few
smaller projects might try to encourage only one person to stand from
all the projects, but there really is no way to control who stands, so
I don't expect to see much success with any such plans.
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