Can anyone participate in the Supervisor's issues discussion?
The Supervisor's Forum is a place for Supervisors only to discuss pertinent issues on the site. For example, if there is a bug or a very problematic contributor or there should be a new category. Within the forum, all of the various types of discussions are separated by these categories: Bug Reports, Categorization Discussion, etc. If a Supervisor has an issue, he/she can check first to see if someone already has a discussion going and…
Provide discussion on critical attributes of specifying Task objectives discussion on technical and non-technical issues What are the likely consequences if task objectives are not properly defined?
The discussion is where you put your findings into context - what does this mean? What questions have been answered? What new questions have been suggested by the data? What limitations or issues are there with the data? This is where you zoom back out to where you were with the introduction section and focus on the bigger picture.
Technically, a representative democracy would still be considered a democracy. However, a true democracy, as was used by the Greeks, would look more like town hall meetings today in which every citizen can participate in voting and deciding issues. In a representative democracy, the people do not directly participate, rather they elect representatives to decide on issues in their place. The United States functions as a representative democracy.
Discussion with colleagues and managers allows you to exchange ideas with them, work out issues together, understand their positions, etc. Discussions about specific projects allow everyone to know what the others are thinking and all can contribute their ideas in order to work as a team on the project.
If you encounter website issues, you should either go to the Community Forum and discuss it there, or you should contact Answers Support. If you are a supervisor, you can use the Supervisors forum. Or you can directly contact a Community assistant if you know their user name. Or you can ask any supervisor. If it is regular issues such as offensive questions, offensive answers, or vandalism, your best bet is to use the flag…