Friday, March 17, 2017

Voting On Your Own Votable Matters

I’ve noticed that many Organs seem to have an aversion to voting on their own votable matters. Certainly discussing some flaws while it can be edited is fine and on proposals if you vote against it you self-kill the proposal; however I’ve noticed that a lot of the proposals are not voted FOR by their authors. Is there any reason for this? Quorum does include the author of said proposal so it’s not out of the question that some proposals have had to wait longer in the queue because they were one vote short.
Is it maybe a social thing that I missed out on?


Oracular rufio:

03-17-2017 18:16:26 UTC

The author is treated as an automatic for


03-17-2017 18:20:44 UTC

Thank you.