From:   Jaime Fallon <>
Sent time:   Monday, October 10, 2011 6:11:36 PM
Subject:   SPAM-MED: Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] #Vote - Quorum and voting procedure



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On Oct 10, 2011, at 7:49 PM, Abraham Heisler <> wrote:


> Hey guys,


> At today's 11AM meeting, we brought up the issue on passing proposals

> at meetings. Although, there are 50+ people helping with media, only

> 10-15 are generally at any given meeting. So then, what number is

> necessary to make a quorum and when does a decision need to be opened

> up to the larger group?


> Here is what was proposed: If a group in meeting feels a decision

> requires immediate action (i.e. an event is happening now and it needs

> to be decided whether to cover it or not) then a proposal can be

> submitted and voted on by the people present, however if more than

> 1/10 of the people present feel the decision should be posed to the

> larger media group, then an e-mail would go out informing the larger

> group of the proposal and asking people to vote "yea" or "nay" either

> electronically or in person at the next meeting on the following day.


> This proposal is an example of something that the people at today's

> meeting felt should be opened up to the larger group. So, we will vote

> on whether to accept the above proposal at tomorrow's meeting (5PM).

> If you cannot attend the meeting and would like to vote, please

> respond with a "yea" or "nay".


> For future reference, observe the hash tag "#Vote" in the title of the

> e-mail, which should call to attention that a vote from you is

> required.


> Thanks,


> -Abe


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