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“Lazy Consensus” is a form of decision-making that assumes that a stated path forward is acceptable to all in the group unless objections are raised (also known as “yes becomes the default”).  Typically this means that someone will state a decision and a plan to act on that decision unless someone objects in a timely fashion (usually 72 hours).  Assume best intent.  See a description of how Lazy Consensus is used in the Apache OpenOffice project and how it has been applied to library operations.

 

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