Representation And Veto Rights

(Richard Millington) #1

If you’re truly building the community with the community (or even for it), shouldn’t they be represented in all major decisions?

This means real representation (voting/veto rights), not just the ability to give feedback and be ignored if the feedback doesn’t sync with what you wanted.

What happens when your community charter forces you to get major decisions approved by the very audience you claim to be building the community for?

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