Libertarian Party Bylaws Committee Initial Minority Reports

Libertarian Party members recently received the survey from the Bylaws Committee Chair for the proposals that have passed out of the Bylaws Committee. Minority reports have been prepared which might be helpful to review prior to completing the survey.

The index of the Minority Reports with links to the reports can be found here:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Xo6alD4uOMVYt0QFfgyH5GFrWSkl23_yEvbxVzhzn3Y/edit?usp=sharing

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10 thoughts on “Libertarian Party Bylaws Committee Initial Minority Reports

  1. Caryn Ann Harlos Post author

    Google docs sheets are odd – if you click on the link you will see a small pop up appears to take to the link.

  2. Caryn Ann Harlos Post author

    Free, convenient, easy to share, most people understand them.

  3. dL

    At least on my browser, those links in the spread sheet do not do anything.

    You have to either right-click, open link or left click to show the tooltip with a clickable hyperlink…

  4. Chuck Moulton

    Tied to the Google behemoth that tramples on privacy.

    Hard to link internally.

    Can’t rely on a document not suddenly changing.

    It’s all pretty terrible.

  5. dL

    Tied to the Google behemoth that tramples on privacy.

    Yeah, that indeed would be an issue if you were forced to have(or use) a google account to view it. However in this instance the doc has public permissions for viewing.

    Can’t rely on a document not suddenly changing.

    Google docs have a version history, but that option is not available for a public user.

    It’s all pretty terrible.

    It’s pretty much in line with using a spreadsheet, something that most everyone has some familiarity with. I’m not a big fan of spreadsheets, but I’m less of a fan of having to wade through training/wiki docs to use something that may or may not be any better.

  6. paulie

    Rufus Redd/”quiet observer” is probably Nathan Norman. Will add him to blacklist when I determine for sure.

  7. dL

    Rufus Redd/”quiet observer” is probably Nathan Norman. Will add him to blacklist when I determine for sure.

    I checked. It is…or it is one of them

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