Jul 19, 17 / Vir 04, 01 21:33 UTC
Petitions Suggestion ¶
Hello fellow Asgardians,
I am writing to all would-be petition submitters. I have read through each of the petitions currently listed as pending votes. While each of them presents an idea that the requestor is submitting for approval and implementation, I notice that many are missing some key elements. As each petition (once it reaches the requisite number of votes) will end up in the hands of one of the government representatives for further action, it is important that as much information as possible is thoroughly and clearly presented. With that in mind, I humbly request each petition submitter consider and include the following in their petition:
1. A clear description of what the objective of the petition is. (ex: "To implement a training course for citizens to walk on the moon")
2. A clear description of actionable steps needed to implement the request (ex "Training could be provided with a combination of online classes and in person training at xyz training facility. XX number of facilitators will need to be hired, each of which has been certified by xyz program")
3. A thorough explanation of how the objective of the petition (once implemented) would be beneficial to Asgardia. (ex: "This training will allow citizens to assist the current with moon rock farming efforts currently under way, thereby increasing yield and overall production."
Without these types of elements in each of the petitions, the government representatives charged with moving them through the process once approved will end up with a stack of potentially great ideas with no clear definition on how to proceed in a timely fashion. Movement forward requires action and action requires clear, well thought out objectives. Help your leadership help you by providing a clear description of what you are asking for and how you see it happening. This will not only increase the likelihood of people voting for your proposal, but also allow it to move quickly through the process and come to fruition!