I have always been really bad at making up my own definitions, because everything has to be spelled out. I try not to think too much, but there is a little more than just the word “quorum” that I need to keep in mind.
Quorum is the number of people that are expected to participate in an event or decision. It’s basically the number of people who can speak, and it is often used as a gauge of how many people are able to actually be involved in a conversation.
Quorum is the number of people who can speak, and it is often used as a measure of how many people are able to actually be involved in a conversation. In the case of the Deathloop event, the number of people expected to participate in the event is 8. That means the first 8 people who arrive will be the only ones allowed to speak.
But what does quorum actually mean? It means 8 people, but not everyone will be able to speak, and not everyone will be able to speak at the same time. The quorum number is calculated as the number of people who can actually speak who are not currently on the island. That means that the number of people who are not on the island is a fraction of the 8 people who can actually speak.
As you can see, that’s a lot of people, and who knows if they can all actually speak. That’s also why we can’t have more than 12 people at a time on the island, because you’ll get a ton of people who are in the same boat as you and won’t want to speak to each other.
The reason this is important to know is because it indicates how much of a group you are on. If you are constantly having to talk to people who are not on the island, and you rarely get to speak to anyone else, then you are less likely to be able to reach consensus on any given issue. The more group you are, the more consensus you will have, and the stronger the relationships you can establish.
Yours is the number one reason why people think the game is a bad idea.
Yikes. I was expecting more because of the “group” thing, but it seems like one of the biggest problems with the game is that it seems like the people you’re trying to reach aren’t talking to anyone else. I’m not sure I can wrap my head around the concept of “consensus” without understanding how group-based communication works.
I just feel like some of the group stuff is too vague. I just don’t know what the groups are going to be or how they will function. Maybe it’s just a bunch of people talking about how to do things, but I don’t feel like I’m getting any more concrete information.
That’s a fair point. The game is a bit confusing because there are a lot of possible paths for the groups to follow. And of course the groups are not talking to each other about what they should be doing, so everything is just a wild guessing game.