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Hello everyone. First of all make clear that I am not a regular coffee, because my time is often scarce, so I apologize in advance if this has already been raised. Although wikipedia is not an experiment in democracy, it is true that the prestige of democracy and the simplicity of confusing democracy with voting makes a lot (too many) cases are decided by voting, instead of the recommended form is the consensus reached by argumentation. If we add only a tiny part of a community is habitual cardiovascular voter, we have a very distorted situation in which a small group of users can easily distort important votes by spam, puppets and other tricks like that. If this happens in important votes, many more votes in that there are dozens of daily consultations erase fitness Feature … The proposals of the kind Wikipedia: Votaciones/2007/Requisitos are well minimos to vote, but in my opinion not solve the fundamental problem: the votes are an inappropriate method for making decisions in an environment like that of Wikipedia. The endless discussions and attempts to establish clear policies for issues such as the encyclopedic relevance become quite intractable because, ultimately, any such policy must rest on common sense, and as we know, this is the least common of the senses . Unable to reach an accurate definition of what is closed or not is irrelevant part relevance is subjective but I do not wound. The proposal to eliminate the health care voting method to decide such issues as the relevance of the articles or statement Feature. But the election committee formed and similar functions with CRC to decide on the issues raised in the light of the arguments presented by the parties and the policies of Wikipedia. Of course many things health would have to decide: items that can be decided by committees, rules of operation, method of choice … This proposal only seeks to tap the supplements views regarding the idea of leaving in the hands of committees elected many of the issues currently being addressed through voting. Thanks in advance for your assistance. Saludos Martingala 23:11 27 Aug 2007 (CEST)
I agree with everything you said, with a nuance that is continue to vote but the votes which they are weighing those arguments. Who would decide who votes and when weight is just one vote ‘Then a bureaucrat. Which would separate the roles of librarians and bureaucrats as they do on other wikis body such as the English. Complex, but it works for you around a thousand wonders.I’m tired of having the most votes wins, that win was to be based more on politics, either at the time of deleting an item or whatever. And the vote that is not based skin care on politics or not explain, that does not count. This is not a democracy. But I do not think your proposal is successful, unfortunately, because they imply much change. Saludos Raystorm (Yes’) 00:46 28 Aug 2007 (CEST)
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Wikipedia: Votaciones/2007/Sobre reform consultations clear that it spoke of decisions on this question of relevance and style, is an almost equal to the plant and was sabotaged by those who are afraid of the bibles. The best proposal so far and there was this abandoned.
Wikipedia: Votaciones/2007/Reforma Council provisoria of erasing the most recent proposal, made by me for which I have just products received a pair of opinions, which makes me assume that you should not have put my signature to the proposal. It is an attempt to give more value to the argument, but not eliminate the votes, a small split between the parties in the previous proposal.
Consultations delete votes are most common and conflicting, so you exemplifies those, but if we refer to the rest of the votes are the deciding policies or ways of working on the wiki, it is usually decided by a vote because we fitness are many and it is normal that the arguments are many … and arguments are almost fingerprints, it is rare that all want the same … But I must congratulate you for a sentence with which I agree 100 … “The prestige of democracy and the simplicity of confusing democracy with voting …”
Un saludo, Nyko83 Veni veni, sing with me 14:13 28 Aug 2007 (CEST)
Since then the consultation is clear example. On the difficulty of taking nutrients forward specific reforms (see the cases you mention), I think it would be better if we first agree in putting the health principles. After proposals are drafted in accordance with principles already agreed. Of course, many policies and the like must continue adopted by a vote. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of vitamins provided by the companies … Supplements are unnecessary in people with a normal diet and health. …
… wellness need calcium supplements to achieve the recommended daily amount. … 478 million in net annual costs of health care in the U.S. …
… that supplements containing 2 to 10 times the recommended daily amount of … Supplements should never exceed 150 of the recommended daily dose. …


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