One last try (was: RE: Convincing a harvester (was on SqF
Cees de Groot
cg at cdegroot.com
Wed May 7 22:51:17 UTC 2003
On Wed, 2003-05-07 at 16:59, Andreas Raab wrote:
> I think that's the basic problem here. The guides seeing themselves in a
> role which does not match the "daily facts". Add to this the
> infrastructure/communication problems and you end up in a situation where
> both sides suffer. The guides, because they feel blamed for things that they
> deliberately say they don't want no control over, the rest of the community
> because the guides do de facto what they say they don't.
Now here I totally agree with you. We need some sort of governance, and
be it the Guides or the Dwarfs or the Whatevers, we need to find a way
to make decisions.
I assumed the Guides would make decisions until they were overturned,
either individually or as an institution. If that's not the case, how
are we going to make decisions.
(time to re-read Dick Gabriel's excellent 'the Jini Community Pattern
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