VC Discussion: Do you think it's okay if bill polls are posted in the hot list? A poll has to get a high amount of votes and at least 4 or 5 upvotes to get on it. Supporters say it will get us more followers. Opponents say it will skew the votes.
If anybody has the text to the Roll Call Act could they share it with me? I need to view the exact document for the purpose of a new bill I am writing.
I'll send it to you today
It would be great for marketing purposes, but it would also skew the vote of actual members. It's a double-edged sword.
Upvote = good!
2/3 of the vote says no. But I will add a feature on the "propose legislation" link and ask if they want their legislation on the hot list or not. So if they say no, i'll tell everyone to down-vote it but if they say yes then i will tell people to up-vote it. -Speaker CM
No, cause it closes down.
Polls get voted on so quickly in the hotlist
Hotlist a select few to get people involved, but leave official votes out of the hotlist.
Like hotlist this one and people will think it's an exclusive club and they will want to join.
Up voted, more followers is good.
Agree with everyone here. I don't really think there is a huge demand for more followers anyway
In solidarity with the no hot list movement in VC I will be down voting this post.
Members of the Congress only.
I say no. I can get us more followers without having the votes skewed. I've read from outsiders when they see a virtual congress poll on the hot list that they just hit no. If we don't care whether or not our bills votes are accurate or not then
why even having the virtual congress account. We can just have "discussion" about the topics in the Show of Hands polls. VC is a unique account on Show of Hands and I don't want to see it ruined by people who don't care or like Virtual Congress.
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