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Sat Jun 5 08:53:33 CEST 2010
On Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 11:57 AM, Noufal Ibrahim <noufal at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 11:45 AM, Kenneth Gonsalves <lawgon at au-kbc.org>
> > On Saturday 05 June 2010 11:35:34 Noufal Ibrahim wrote:
> >> > 1. are proposals public or not
> >> Nope. They get mailed/uploaded, a committee reviews them and it's
> >> over. The junta doesn't have a say in picking/commenting on proposals.
> > any special reason for this? IMO for a community event public exposure is
> > good. However if this decision holds, there is no need to discuss the
> > at all - proposals get mailed to the head of the committee. He circulates
> > among the members, decides on the selected talks and it gets put up on
> > site.
> That's what I thought and it's what seems most natural to me. Quite
> frankly, your line of thought didn't even occur to me.
> I'm not sure how much benefit there will be in soliciting comments
> from the general audience and trying to make it more 'democratic'.
I like Kenneth's thought process. It does not seem to a question of
'democratic' . It is just that public exposure is good for a variety of
reasons. More so for a fledgling event . Making the transition is faster
rather than later when having a big event
> However, if there's sufficient interest in doing it this way, we can
> go ahead. I'm not religious about it either way. I feel that your
> approach requires more work and coordination.
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