Somone brought up a good question about how long the committee would be in place if it were chose.
I had not thought about this.
For now, I think that is should be in place at least until we had a system nailed down for the hosting duties.
Although realistically, if we could just develop a solid system for voting for a temp host, then we could just let it run for a while and see how it goes, and avoid the complexities of having a committee.
So do you all think we should just focus on the temp hosting procedures?
No, it shouldn't be up for the rest of the day. January 07, 2006 11:30 AM
It should be up FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK. What's the bloody hurry?
I came in only now, and just happened to see there is a poll. It could have been possible that I wouldn't have stepped in today - as it's Saturday and that's Shabat and some Jews don't use the computer today. Also, many people have a life and they do things on week-ends, and most of the things they do don't involve Care2 and internet Then we have the people who cannot be online often. There was a period, when I could use the internet only at friends' houses or on the library or internet café or something like that, and those hours are very, very, very limited. And someone might be sick or bound into other things or...
Haven't people's pleas to take it easy, calm down, slow down reached the... er... how should I say this... the people who decide?