[EM] APR (10): Steve?s 10th dialogue with Juho (Steve)

Juho Laatu juho4880 at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Dec 19 17:46:17 PST 2014

> On 19 Dec 2014, at 18:14, steve bosworth <stevebosworth at hotmail.com> wrote:

> J:   The 10'000 is of course arbitrary since it is not designed for any particular society. Each society should pick a number that suits its needs.
> S:  Please formulate the method by which any society could “pick” this number without being arbitrary.  APR offers one answer to this question.  Can you think of a better answer?

One more question. Does APR limit somehow the number of associations that can take part in the primary? If not, then you might get e.g. 10'000 associations, and that might be too much, and you would need a similar mechanism to limit the number of associations taking part in the primary.


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