The CO wrote:Intercourse the petition. Spend your time securing a ticket rather than promoting keypress slacktivism.
Time required to partake in "keypress slacktivism" and send a clear message to BMORG that you think they made a mistake and should assume some level of accountability and attempt to remedy a fucked up situation: about three minutes.
The CO wrote:I concur Grai!
EB11, are you saying that tickets AREN'T a topic of discussion?
ygmir wrote:ygmir wrote:really?
just to clarify:
"really?" = what are you thinking? do you really think, that petition will mean anything, to anyone? Why waste the time?
"wow." = I can't believe, you might really be serious.
A-RockLeFrench wrote:I am not speaking in defense of the petition because I think it will mean something to TPTB or because I actually support the objectives stated in the petition, but because I support the idea of members of a community to petition the leaders of said community when they are not happy with the decisions being made.
nocturnal_steve wrote:Kimo took the effort to put together a fairly well thought ticket / signature registration proposal & petition
I am sure he is open to discussion and suggestions to modify it. Anyone suggesting that it is a waste of time,
that "3000 e-mails would be more effective" have you taken the time to write your own e-mail to the BORG ?
Or has your only effort been critiquing his effort ?
Galaxo Magic wrote:Second, as someone stated earlier, 3000 separate emails will have a lot more affect than 1 with 3000 signatures. Consider figuring out how to make it more important to the powers that be.
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