It might be worth changing "I agree to support the outcome of the vote, and not to change my vote after the fact." to "I acknowledge that I understand that votes cannot be changed once cast on my behalf."
Also, I propose adding the following: "You may rescind vote abdication by removing your name from the list. Additions or removals take effect at the scheduled start time of the first Member Meeting that occurs subsequent to each respective edit."
However, changing text now may not be valid since there are already a few entries that have signed under the existing terms, and I'm fine with the terms as they are. --Localhost (talk) 13:31, 13 December 2013 (CST)
Candidate for deletion
I'm cool with this page/ method of proxy voting going away. I would like our members to be involved. But it seems that the ILCS sited requires that we allow full members to assign their proxy for up to 11 months with a single email. This will require tracking of members eligibility to vote. I reject the argument that using this page in the way that is intended is unmanageable, extra effort but not unmanageable. Mskilton
Not on wiki
If members are interested in assigning proxies, removing their ability to vote or anything else, they should send that information to vote@. I will do what I can to keep track of this, but a wiki page that's updated (and falls out of date) with no fanfare is not going to work. --Dbever (talk) 11:50, 19 February 2014 (CST)
I support not on the wiki. An easy argument can be made that adding your name to a wiki page does not meet the test of notifying the board or appropriate member of the board, in writing, of ones intent to assign their vote by proxy. Mskilton
Are you volunteering?
Yep, just give me access to an accurate and up to date list of members eligible to vote and I will make this page accurate and up to date on the day of a vote. Mskilton
Still impossible to sustain
Unless you're also willing to identify every member voting in person at a meeting, this is still one more needless avenue for vote duplication. I've said it before, and I'll say it again: