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Re: [atlarge-discuss] The issue of non-voting panelists

> On 1 Jun 2003 at 12:37, Sotiris Sotiropoulos wrote:
>> >I totally agree... with the addition that on this basis a renegade
>> >panelist could 'get away' with a 33% voting record by voting once in
>> >three votes, so I think all panelists should be bound to vote 75% of
>> >the time, in addition to the three strikes and you're out rule!
>> I fully support this.
> How frequently will votes be?  Somebody could be on vacation for a 
> week and not be able to check their email.

Vacations are usually planned.  It is the responsibility of a Panelist who 
plans to go on vacation to notify the rest of his pending absence AND to 
appoint a proxy.  This is pretty standard in most organizations on the 
planet.  I see no reason why this one ought to be an exception, do you?

--Sotiris Sotiropoulos

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