[Chugalug] Loomio group decision-making software

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Thu Aug 8 00:31:20 UTC 2013


Each Occupy is its own entity. Not unlike LUG's.
Some are informal, some are very organized, and some die on the vine.

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> You really think software was the limiter on Occupy?
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> That is like saying the titanic would have faired better with air
> conditioning.
> On Aug 7, 2013 11:13 AM, "David Welch" < nicederangement at gmail.com >
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> Has anyone looked at this? https://github.com/loomio/loomio
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> I wonder how much farther the Occupy crowd could have gotten with
> better software.
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> Dave
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> Ps Does Chugalug have meetings?
> On Aug 7, 2013 11:07 AM, "Stephen Kraus" < ub3ratl4sf00 at gmail.com >
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> Yeah...no its not.
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> Rationalwiki was founded to fight Conservapedia, while some of their
> articles are written in a humorous tone, they are dead serious and
> usually cited
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> I mean, have you even watched the Daily Show or Colbert? Sure, its
> comedy, but the points raised are legitimate none the less.
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> Mises is a joke in the actual economic joke, on the same level as the
> Creationism Museum and the Family Research Council.
> On Aug 7, 2013 10:01 AM, "Tyler Mittan" <
> flashbatmanquestion at gmail.com > wrote:
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> What's also stupid about the Rational Wiki is that they advocate pure
> empiricism. Anything they write should be taken as satire with small
> insights of actual information. It's virtually the Daily Show of the
> internet.
> On Aug 7, 2013 10:36 AM, "Stephen Kraus" < ub3ratl4sf00 at gmail.com >
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> http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Ludwig_von_Mises_Institute
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> All I have to say about anything Mises and Lew Rockwell related.
> On Aug 7, 2013 9:32 AM, "Tyler Mittan" <
> flashbatmanquestion at gmail.com > wrote:
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> http://mises.org/daily/6401/
> http://www.freebanking.org/2013/04/22/bitcoin/
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> Here are two specifically about bitcoin. The law of supply and demand
> dictates the worth of just about anything we consider valuable.
> Money is no different. It doesn't matter if it is bitcoin or the
> dollar. That's why there is such thing as inflation because it
> causes an influx in money being spent which then creates higher
> prices because more money being spent creates the incentive to raise
> prices. This also explains why we might not be experiencing the
> inflation many economists expected us to because while the new
> credit expansion is definitely there, banks are holding onto it
> because of uncertainty. So I was not directly saying that bitcoin's
> worth is dictated by the law of supply and demand, I am saying that
> all money is. Bitcoin included. I agree that many people don't
> accept it, but I think they would in the absence of a monopoly on
> currency via the government.
> On Aug 7, 2013 10:21 AM, "Stephen Kraus" < ub3ratl4sf00 at gmail.com >
> wrote:
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> Post your links.
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> Also, before quoting 'law of supply and demand' which is one of the
> most often misquoted economic terms, please provide me with a list
> of banks that accept bitcoins as a trade medium, and major retailers
> that accept them.
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> Also, let me be clear in my intentions with this: it is not to call
> anyone out or plaster anyone as a fool, but merely to play devils
> advocate and provide skepticism
> On Aug 7, 2013 9:16 AM, "Tyler Mittan" <
> flashbatmanquestion at gmail.com > wrote:
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> Don't treat it like it's something that's away from the law of supply
> and demand. Nothing has its value “set" unless there is some kind of
> price control. The value is set by the law of supply and demand.
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> If there truly is finite amount of bitcoins that are being created
> than the worth of a bitcoin will not be able to one day be worthless
> unless everybody decides to stop taking bitcoins. Right now it is
> almost a currency, but it won't be such as long as the us government
> decides it doesn't want a competing currency.
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> There are some good economists that talk about bitcoins and it might
> be worth reading what they have to say before knocking it.
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