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I've justn received a concerned message from Connie Broughton, our Cyber
Parliamentarian, who has been having trouble getting messages onto
Keyone-L. So I'm forwarding her message to you all.
I'm willing to help with voting procedures etc, but not to take on the
Cyber-P role. Is anybody else able to replace Connie, or give her an
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I'm barely able to keep up with the emails on WAOE given the demands of my job right now. I see that people are getting ready to vote and I still can't get a message onto KEYONE-L. I'm a little takenn aback by the complexity that this organization is developing so rapidly. I was thinking that voting should take place by e-mail or on a bulletin board. I don't think we should try to make voting anonymous or use passwords. We should make sure that every vote is counted either by sending each vote to two different email addresses or simply by asking that votes be posted on the bulletin board. It seems that would best replicate the kind of voting that takes place in onground organizations.
You seem to have more energy for this project. Would you like to switch roles? Or at least can I ask you to translate this message into a message for KEYONE? I just don't have time right now to find out why my messages continue to bounce back.
Connie Broughton Project Coordinator Washington State Community & Technical Colleges ONLINE Consortium Spokane Falls Community College 3410 W. Fort Wright Drive Spokane, WA 99224-5288
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