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Re: [ProgSoc] Proxy Voting (was Proposed Changes)
At 12:59pm on the 12th of March, Jay Banyer wrote:
> Gabriela Marcionetti wrote:
> > I realise all of this, however, having an ultra fancy system of proxy
> > voting will only deter many members from voting by proxy.
> If I had to send an email to proxy vote, I probably would.
> Maybe a web-based proxy vote?
Maybe when we're voting on something vaguely important then we can take the
trouble to verify people's identity. Otherwise a return email with "You have
proxy voted. Your email follows. If you did not send this email, please
write to firstname.lastname@example.org" would do nicely. How many people are going to
want to impersonate someone from Progsoc so they can vote?!
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