@ente @webmind @strypey and yes, burnout is a huge problem. But poretty much unsolvable unless "our side" starts having enough resources to manage such campaigns not as emergencies...

@rysiek
If only we had popular organizations with big budgets that let people make it their job to participate in the political process and fight for us.
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@webmind @pesco @rysiek @ente@chaos.social @strypey
I bet many people wouldn't mind a government that does completely nothing.
A feature freeze of sorts.
No new law.
Everything keeps working as it was before.

Yeah, I know it wouldn't work long-term. But so often it seems that every time someone proposes a change to the law, someone takes it as an opportunity to inject their shitty article into it.

@Wolf480pl
I actually think there should be a "deterministic 'NO' party" whose program is literally to vote against *any* change to the status quo. A default to choose if every other party seems terrible, a force to to make the others have to be not terrible.
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@pesco @webmind @rysiek @ente@chaos.social @strypey

Sounds like a great idea.

I wish bots or smart contracts had passive election rights.

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yeah I know how it sounds, but at least you could hardcode it to always vote "NO", and everyone would be able to verify it.

@Wolf480pl @rysiek @pesco @webmind @ente being able to delegate your franchise to a smart contract isn't an inherently stupid idea, at least for non-binding referenda. Arguably it's analogous to the way you can delegate your vote in #LiquidFeedback. The hard (maybe impossible) part would be figuring out how to encode your voting preferences in the smart contract in a way that can't be gamed

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