[EM] Who can sign the declaration?

MIKE OSSIPOFF nkklrp at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 5 11:50:47 PDT 2012

The only reason why I haven't signed the declaration is because I've assumed that it's only for celebrities, dignitaries and offically-annointed authorities. 
is that so?

If anyone can sign the declaration, then I'd like to.

So, my 2nd question in this post is: If anyone can sign the declaration, then how does one sign it. Where does one e-mail to, or what website
does one go to?

The declaration, as I remember, favorably mentions or recommends 5 methods (with the understanding that there could be other good ones):

Range or Score Voting 
Majority Judgement (median point totals)
SODA (simple optionally delegated Approval)

The 1st four of those really effectively amount to Approval, differently-implemented, or with an enhancement. IRV would be a perfectly
ok method if voters weren't so timid and giveaway-resigned (but they are). So that set of recommendations is a quite good one, and I thoroughly
support the declaration.

So, can just anyone sign it, without being an officially-recognized authority, celebrity or dignitary? And, if so, how does one sign it?

Mike Ossipoff

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