thread: 2006-05-17 : Six straightforward examples

On 2006-05-17, Emily wrote:

A side note wrt the whole "things happen in a game because the group concenses that they do" thing: with push concensus is implicit, enforced by the agreement to use the mechanics to determine who gets final say; with pull concensus is more explicit, with people given options and opportunity to have say on what finally occurs.

It's all, always, collaboration. Just sometimes that is more obvious than other times.


This makes WMW go "Or alternately, it's all, always, authority."

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