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Is true democracy in the US is dead?

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Old 09-14-2011, 06:38 PM   #31
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Re: Is true democracy in the US is dead?

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I got distracted...so many battle fronts going on at the same time.

In my office we use it and even though we have diverse opinions we are unified in our objective...find the best solution that's satisfactory to a problem.


Side note...it just so happens we currently have two bugs opened by two different clients...the solution to one bug introduces the other bug and vise versa. The question is how do you address both bugs and still satisfy all clients?
on the dd in the office, I presume there are less than 1million people in your office. Just a guess, I could be wrong, and if I am, I would love to see the conference table you all make the decisions at.

on the two bugs, that's a pretty vague question, but I would hazard that you weigh both clients needs, the one that needs the more simple interface gets the solution to their problem, and the one that can handle an added layer gets a bridge layer that either sidesteps or uses an added interface to resolve the bug on their version. If they both need the same software, then the simple solution is an option the end user sets, and that dictates which path the data flows.

Of course, not knowing the real issue that all may just be a theoretical solution that can never work practically.
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Old 09-14-2011, 07:57 PM   #32
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on the dd in the office, I presume there are less than 1million people in your office. Just a guess, I could be wrong, and if I am, I would love to see the conference table you all make the decisions at.

on the two bugs, that's a pretty vague question, but I would hazard that you weigh both clients needs, the one that needs the more simple interface gets the solution to their problem, and the one that can handle an added layer gets a bridge layer that either sidesteps or uses an added interface to resolve the bug on their version. If they both need the same software, then the simple solution is an option the end user sets, and that dictates which path the data flows.

Of course, not knowing the real issue that all may just be a theoretical solution that can never work practically.
It can work in an office with 1 million employees. While we don't have 1 million people we do have 130K employees and just last year we did a survey and had localized group discussions of small teams to improve our work environment and the company. Not all my concerned were addressed by subsequent actions taken by the company but enough of my concerns were addressed to be satisfied.

Deliberative democratic process is used in many localities in the U.S., state houses and even congress. Unfortunately feedback by the citizenry is seldom utilized by our legislative bodies in favor of special interests who have deep pockets.
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