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Old 05-26-2009, 03:58 PM   #1
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Default A more "democratic" way to handle suggestions

Well I was just reading through the suggestions a few minutes ago, and an idea popped into my mind.

What if...

there were a mod or two that would be in charge of this section, and to weed through the ideas and basically say "yes, this is implementable into our vbulliten forum, and i think it would be beneficiary to our community.", or "no this is not implementable into our vbulliten forum and/or no I don't think it's a good idea for WI at this time."

THEN.....

if you "passed" so to speak, a poll would be added to your thread, options "yes I like this idea." "No I don't like this idea" and WI members could vote for, i don't know, 3 weeks? And after the vote, if majority liked it, then it could be added to WI, if no then it wouldn't. (changes could be made and it could be brought back)

This way, members could have a say in what is added to WI. Not to say that I don't trust our staff's desicions, but I have seen some really good ideas just kinda sit there.

Please feel free to post your thoughts, comments, concerns on my idea.... like I said itn just popped in my head.

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Old 05-26-2009, 04:03 PM   #2
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Default Re: A more "democratic" way to handle suggestions

I think this is an interesting idea. That being said, In my opinion, any forum is not a full democracy nor can it be. At the end of the day what is implemented if completely up to the staff. Members can state their opinions on the thread, but if the staff don't like it then it is a no. I think they do take suggestions into account, but they do so behind closed doors. If they opened this process up I think it could cause resentment from people whose opinions were rejected.
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Old 05-26-2009, 04:10 PM   #3
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Default Re: A more "democratic" way to handle suggestions

I think that is a very good idea. That way everyone could have a say in what is added and what would be more interiesting to them.
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