|Jonathan Van Matre on 11 Feb 2002 14:52:31 -0000|
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|spoon-discuss: RE: spoon-business: My Votes|
> > Proposal 374/0: Judicial Rear View (Scoff!) > No. It's a good idea, but it means that it could take more > than 2 nweeks to > settle a CFJ. I'd like to see this back in a form that > doesn't wait 'till > the end of the nweek to overturn, though. Well, the alternative is either: 1) a special election for every appeal (2 nday lead time or whatever), which is going to make for a *lot* of special elections and special vote countings and special headaches for the Administrator, or 2) have an appeals court of probably 3 judges to judge the appeal. Which could easily take an nweek by the time one appoints all 3 judges and manages to get them all to submit their ruling. I don't like waiting up to 2 nweeks either, but it seems the least fiddly method of doing it. Minimal overhead. And in most cases it won't be that long -- generally any judgement submitted on ndays 1 through 6 should allow enough lead time for someone to appeal it onto the current nweek's ballot. --Scoff!