[aur-general] Circle that A
louipc.ist at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 20:45:15 EST 2008
On Wed, Dec 03, 2008 at 07:02:30PM -0600, kludge wrote:
> there are, though, lesser and greater, more- and less- functional forms
> of non-hierarchical organization. one of the keys to success is
> effective, equal discussion and decision-making processes. one of the
> most effective is formal consensus. "consensus" is another concept i
> see abused without much thought here.
> what i see is not folks trying to develop a plan of action that suits
> the needs of all stake-holders. i see a few personalities trying to
> impose their agendas by winning arguments. (greg *cough* allan *cough*
> loui *cough*) please y'all, consider the possibility that *your*
> brilliant idea may not be the *only* brilliant idea out there.
One huge problem is that these ideas were being attacked from the outset.
There were few opportunities for compromise or even a half civilised
I'm not sure what you're implying here. My only agenda is to make
community a better repository that makes use of its resources
No one ever said that this idea was the only good idea. There is
definitely room for more ideas. There is more to be done.
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