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Admin Elections started - بدء انتخابات مديري الموقع

Alaa's picture

تذكير سريع بالقواعد:

  • الكل له الحق فى التصويت
  • عملية الصويت تتبع نظام ترتيب بدل من اعطاء صوتك لعدد محدود من المرشحين مطلوب منك ترتيبهم حسب رايك فى من الاصلح لدور مراقب
  • أفضل مرشح فى رأيك يحصل على ترتيب 1 و أخر مرشح فى ترتيب الأفضلية 6
  • يجب ترتيب كل المرشحين
  • لا يمكن اعطاء ترتيب واحد لأكثر من مرشح

الحد الأدنى من الأصوات المطلوب لنجاح الانتخابات هو 17 و تستمر فترة التصويت لمدة 10 أيام

نرجو مراجعة

review of rules

  • every member has the right to vote
  • voting uses a ranking process, instead of giving your vote to certain candidates you will rank candidates according to you opinion on how suitable they are for the role of moderator
  • the most suitable candidate gets a ranking of 1 the least suitable candidate gets a ranking of 6
  • all candidates must be ranked
  • you cannot give more than one candidate the same rank

minimum number of votes required is 17, election period will last 10 days.

المرشحون - candidates

Comments

systems's picture

Why should I bother?

Like how well do you think I or the majority or the 500+ member know these people!

Or how much of a difference would it make to pick one over the others!

Why do we neeeeeeeeeeed an admin or a manager anyway?

Why should one want to one (an admin)?

You see, this reflect why I never liked the charter, it didn't have to exist, yet we were asked to vote for it!

This is a sign of ridiculous burreaucracy, and an incoherant and inconsistant view of our community.

Just because we need management, doesn't mean we need a manager! I honestly believe we don't have the size for it, plus a major objective of technology is to enable and empower ppl to assume many roles and reduce the need for technical position (one where most/all decisions are structured)

Please allow us to have real smart principles that we would be proud to defend.

whirlpool's picture

Why not ?

Like how well do you think I or the majority or the 500+ member know these people!

Lets put your argument that you don't know "these people" on the side for now. It is your problem. But lets read in your supremacist assertion that the "majority" do not know the members, which implies that you wilfully discriminate and enjoy deliniating the distinction between minority and majority groups in general. People like you join hate groups.

The small number of people who did meet some of the above candidates, were the first to vote. Also, the ones who did build for themselves an opinion, based on the electronic representation of those candidates on this website, were eager to vote.

Or how much of a difference would it make to pick one over the others!

I think I understand why you feel that choosing a candidate over the other will be of no impact or difference on eglug community. This is because, you are indifferent to this community. You have no clue.

?

Between the last question and this statement is an answer you didn't write. Probably, you didn't have good logical and complete answer to. But, you still want to prove something. And thus you have built a statement on top of the answer that you yourself are unsure of.

Even if whatever you didn't explain above is a sign of "ridiculous burreaucracy, and an incoherant and inconsistant view". You still contradict yourself. In the same post that you are revealing that you are indifferent to eglug community and never bothered to be involved to know its members. You are using the possesive form "OUR" to refer to eglug community.

And about the "ridiculous burreaucracy", I assume that you live in Egypt, if so you probably know what real "burreaucracy" looks like. But if it is really truly beauraucratic system, then its a small price to pay for acheiving democracy and avoiding despotism.

Just because we need management, doesn't mean we need a manager! I honestly believe we don't have the size for it, plus a major objective of technology is to enable and empower ppl to assume many roles and reduce the need for technical position (one where most/all decisions are structured)

I agree on the empowering ppl part. But the first assertion is detached from reality. A website should be maintained. Members entrusted to maintain it should be recruited. And every member have the opportunity to become part of the "management". If he/she wishes to spare some of his time to it and succedes in gaining a level of trust from other colleagues she/he are more than welcome.

Please allow us to have real smart principles that we would be proud to defend.

The best reply, all in all, to posts of this kind, is Youssef's reply to you in the past:

You don't bother coming to meetings, you don't bother helping with tech support in forums, you don't bother with translation, you don't bother volunteering to teach people anything, you don't bother volunteering for one of a million other things you could be doing, you don't bother taking initiative. OH wait, you do bother taking initiative. You have one initiative already, and it is a Hate Club.


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