[Members] Making voting periods fun

Lucas Nussbaum lucas at lucas-nussbaum.net
Fri Nov 25 01:50:12 CST 2005


On 24/11/05 at 20:53 -0500, Hal Rottenberg wrote:
> I don't suppose it would hurt, but what would it help?  Frankly over
> the past several votes I've participated in, the folks who were able
> to express their jabber background and thoughts well in the
> application got an up vote, and those that just wrote "jabber is cool"
> got a down vote.  I used the same rule of thumb on the wiki
> applications already.  Why would I want to "wiki talk" back and forth
> with someone who can hardly write, and conversely if someone's
> application was already solid, I don't know why I would bother
> investigating more fully.  It's not like you have to meet a certain
> concrete criteria.

Well, "talk"-ing with the applicants might help clarify the difference
between "I want to join the JSF because Jabber is cool"-applicants and
more serious applicants.

Also, the advantage of "wiki-talk"-ing is that if you don't want to do
it yourself, you can still read the Q&A before voting.
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