> "You encourage new members to come in without consulting the old"
> Most of the people who _tried_ to vote at the AGM were past members who
> basically had their renewals refused for no given reason.
I endaevoured to explain at the time. It appears that I failed. I have
explained it at length since. Do you dispute my explanation? (Obvious
question: If I intended to stop these people from voting, why adjourn
the meeting, why not just hold it with those who had voting rights at
> "What you're trying to do will kill progsoc"
> How can getting all the members of progsoc involved in the society
> possibly kill it? Seems to me like we've already given it a spark of
> life, evidenced by the size of everyones ftoomsh mailbox ;)
This was not Chi's primary intent however. It is a side effect.
I'd have to say that waking people up is probably a good thing though.
> Thanks for actually reading down this far... By friday week it should be
> behind us all.
I sincerely hope so.
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