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we need to consense on this next week if we are going to do it this time, it might delay elections.  leif offers to proxy for anyone who wants to block if it means we can accelerate the process of adopting this while people are gone.
 
we need to consense on this next week if we are going to do it this time, it might delay elections.  leif offers to proxy for anyone who wants to block if it means we can accelerate the process of adopting this while people are gone.
  
we need to do the elections to follow nonprofit guidelines.
 
  
we start discussing condorcet software upgrades. lief will write approval voting in python if we want to do it.  shannon proposes a programming race between the two softwares.
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lief offers to proxy
 
 
does anyone else care?  only sort of.  we could do a parallel vote to compare the methods.
 
 
 
andy suggests we set a date but not a type of voting.  aren't we going to modify ping's condorcet implementation anyway?  we promised to change it because it picks only one person.  we all agree we need to consense on the code we use.
 
  
 
we will vote condorcet as long as the code is updated to elect five people so that it is available for review by the end of the year.
 
we will vote condorcet as long as the code is updated to elect five people so that it is available for review by the end of the year.

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