What decision making model do you favour for running the various parts of drupal? Eg. d.o, g.d.o, issue queue, promo etc.

naught101's picture
Totalitarian dictatorship - absolute control in the hands of one person.
0% (0 votes)
Benevolent dictator for life - reviews community decisions, has veto (eg. Dries)
17% (2 votes)
Elected dictator, elections every X year(s), one citizen one vote, 50%+1 wins, minimum Y votes
8% (1 vote)
Representative Democracy with quorum - elect a council, one citizen one vote, quota%+1 wins, minimum X votes
0% (0 votes)
Representative Democracy with who ever shows up - elect a council, one citizen one vote, quota%+1 wins
0% (0 votes)
Participatory Democracy with quorum - every issue, one citizen one vote, 50%+1 wins, minimum X votes
8% (1 vote)
Participatory Democracy with who ever shows up - every issue, one citizen one vote, 50%+1 wins
0% (0 votes)
Concensus with quorum - minimum X people discuss until there is no dissent
0% (0 votes)
Modified consensus with quorum - minimum X people discuss until there is no dissent from at least ~75% of participants
17% (2 votes)
Meritocracy - who ever does the most work gets the most say.
17% (2 votes)
Oligarchy - rule by few - same as dictatorship, but with a few dictators.
0% (0 votes)
Anarchy - everyone does what they want (open permissions), but with discussion, and the best interest of the whole community.
17% (2 votes)
Anomie - everyone does what they want (open permissions), and screw the rest of you.
0% (0 votes)
Gerontocracy - rule by the ones who have been part of the community for longest.
0% (0 votes)
Demarchy/Lottocracy - rule by rotated, randomly selected council.
0% (0 votes)
Other
17% (2 votes)
Total votes: 12

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Note: I didn't include things

naught101's picture

Note: I didn't include things like socialism and capitalism because they are ways of organising society, not ways of making decisions.

And yes, this is mostly for humorous effect.

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