[pp.int.general] LQFB: status quo in Germany // was: liquid feedback papers and/or data?

carlo von lynX lynX at pirate.my.buttharp.org
Sun Apr 27 14:03:14 CEST 2014

On Sun, Apr 27, 2014 at 01:51:07PM +0200, aloa5 wrote:
> Let me say the same in other words:
> LQFB is an electronic model for voting of informed experts [or of
> previously proper informed politicians].


> Used as a tool wich is feeded by everyone and voted by [not
> informed] everyone it?s useless (as a best case).

Wrong conclusion on false assumption.

> At a parliament for members of a party it is important that their
> own experts inform them about how they should/could vote (and why)
> in cases they are not experts themselfes. They have not enough time
> for reading every paper.... and there are relatively not much
> votings in parliaments.

I have the impression you have not understood LQFB.

> Furthermore it is a experience in the German Pirate Party that
> (because of these problems) bundles of such (sometimes funny)
> program points for elections have a great chance for agreement. You
> have not more time at a party conference.... and no "tool" (or
> place) for a discussion before. [You have a lot of "time" before
> everywhere you want.... the (not) funny answer of any friend of

Germany has made two historic mistakes in its use of LQFB:

- unbinding
- intransparent

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