[Imc-communication] IMC Oxford
penguin at riseup.net
penguin at riseup.net
Thu Nov 3 05:10:36 PDT 2011
They've said they are not (but the email hasn't appeared on list yet)
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But we don't
want to prevent that you become part of the Indymedia network, it's
not a block.
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2011 00:25:02 +0100 [11/02/2011 04:25:02 PM PDT]
From: bartolomeo <bartolomeo at indymedia.org>
To: imc-process at lists.indymedia.org
Cc: penguin <penguin at riseup.net>, IMC linksunten - Allgemeine Liste
<imc-linksunten at lists.indymedia.org>
Subject: Re: [IMC-Process] Proposal: IMC Oxford
I'll wait to hear what I need to do next
Quoting JimDog <theinnercityhippy at riseup.net>:
> Hi all
> Although this conversation is important to have, can we please
> separate it from the subject of the imc oxford application as the
> issues are separate.
> Specifically, could imc linksunten indicate whether they are
> blocking the application, or if they are happy with the reassurance
> of neutrality given by them and myself.
> Many thanks and solidarity
> New imc working group
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> From: freethepeeps at riseup.net
> Date: Thu, Nov 3, 2011 11:10
> Subject: [Imc-communication] IMC Oxford
> To: "smush" <smush at riseup.net>
> Cc: <imc-communication at lists.indymedia.org>
>> to suggest that there is no consensus after a decision was
>> reached by the affiliated collectives of the network using our current
>> consensus decision making process is a slap in the face of those
>> collectives who are actively participating in our movement.
>> naku noa
>> smush (one of IMC Aotearoa)
> Hmm, you think a slap in the face feels like having a patently inadequate
> process critisised?
> I beg to differ.
> Try reading this and then telling me that there was a consensus
> "The lack of implementation is an abuse of power and thus a breach of
> confidence, too. Of course, the techies are part of Indymedia and can
> influence the politics of the network this way. But if a decision is taken
> by the whole network then everyone must stick to - the techies, too. If
> the techies try to dictate the politics of the Indymedia network through
> technical power which was lent to them by the network then they should
> leave the network."
> It really is time for the network to start curbing the authoritarian
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