[Noisebridge-discuss] You and your pretty little Consensus Process too.
tymmothy at gmail.com
Sun Feb 6 22:57:19 UTC 2011
I was just going to say "stickers."
On Feb 6, 2011, at 2:53 PM, Moxie Marlinspike wrote:
> Hey Molly, you might find Crimethinc's "Beyond Democracy" to be helpful
> background information:
> There are a number of references to larger-scale instances of autonomous
> movements, topless federations, and consensus organizations in that
> essay, which you could do some follow-up research on. The Zapatistas,
> Mondragon Collectives, and Spanish Anarchists might be good starting
> points. Or even just show up at a NoBAWC meeting in the Bay Area to
> talk with folks about how their workplaces differ.
> In the end, though, you're probably correct if you're suggesting that
> authoritarian decision making processes are faster.
> - moxie
> On 02/06/2011 01:30 PM, Molly Bee wrote:
>> Hullo Noisies,
>> I was puttering about in my mean menial existence far, far away when
>> my thoughts turned to NB, as they so often do, and I got to wondering
>> about your mystical consensus process.
>> It doesn't seem like it scales well.
>> I mean, it makes sense, in essence, with three friends on a
>> rucksacking trip through Norwiggia or Dutchland or sommat. But when
>> there are fourteen clowns, mimes, and adult entertainers
>> pogo-sticking around in the fragile wicker basket of a helium-filled
>> dirigible? Or, gods forbid, 129 cracker-snacking hackers in a single
>> concrete nest woven with wires in an invisible wi-fi tapestry,
>> CERTAINLY UP TO SOMETHING, probably making sekrit (miniature) giant
>> robots, etc-errata.
>> Sincerely (without wax), Molly
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