[Baypiggies] [vote] name change
Shannon -jj Behrens
jjinux at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 23:11:55 CET 2007
On 1/31/07, Marilyn Davis <marilyn at deliberate.com> wrote:
> ----- On Wednesday, January 31, 2007 DennisR at dair.com wrote:
> > At 05:24 PM 1/31/2007, Terry Carroll wrote:
> >>On Tue, 30 Jan 2007, Shannon -jj Behrens wrote:
> >> > To change the name of this mailing list, vote +1 and propose an alternate.
> >> > To keep the existing name, vote -1.
> > -1 to change the name of *this* list
> > +1 to create a new name for list(s) we are about to add.
> > [BayPiggies Announce] is just too long for a new list name
> > [BP Announce] or some short name is better for *new* list
> We haven't been invited to vote on that, although that was the proposal I put forward. Thank you for remembering.
> Terry Carroll said:
> > +0
> > I would like the group's name changed, and voted to do so last time, which
> > was not all that long ago.
> > I think those of us who wanted the name changed should acknowledge that
> > we're substantially in the minority and accept it, at least for a
> > respectful amount of time. Let's check in maybe a couple years after the
> > last vote on this.
> Yes. It was JJ, who is opposed to name-changing, who is polling the group about this, which wasn't anyone's proposal. Sort of a slight-of-hand, mob-rule kind of trick. But, I say this smiling, because it is amusing and not so important. I just thought the pending length of the new lists' names was a good excuse to bend the name a little and appease us who are not content with the name. But, clearly JJ didn't agree and put forward a losing proposal instead.
> It's all good,
I object to this characterization of my behavior. My main objection
to the name change is due to the burden it places on all the members.
I never even seriously considered having two lists with different
prefixes. Those who know me well know that I'm a stickler for
consistency, so I would naturally object to two lists, one called
baypiggies at python.org and the other bp-announce at python.org.
Where you are looking to see maliciousness, there is only my obsessive
compulsive need to make things consistent ;)
No offense taken, though. Let's move on.
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