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Am Donnerstag, den 25.02.2010, 19:42 -0700 schrieb Denis Dupeyron:
> In a few words here is the problem. Is it a good idea to allow council
> members to vote by email when they're not able to make it to the
Yes, it is. (I thought we had agreed on considerung previously noted
votes via mail, thus I mailed my votes before our last meething)
> If so how? Should that be done before or allowed to be done
> after the meeting?
It should be up to the council member in question - if one feels he's
able to vote before the meeting i see no problem with doing so. I've
some ambivalent feelings about votes after a meeting though ...
> Do we want to limit the number of members voting by
> email for a given meeting? What do we do in case there are more votes
> by email than the limit we set? Feel free to add more questions and
> your opinion. This discussion isn't limited to council members by the
The number should be somewhat limited to make sure all council members
who are able to attend a meeting are present. Having a 50% attendance
limit for meetings allows us to have 3 members being able to vote by
mail - that might work as an indirect limit.
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