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Ok, there only 3 place to the Evoke Summit, so, Who do you think are the agents can represent us better in the Evoke Summit in Washington?

Rules of the discussion.
1. Don´t vote for yourself.
2. You can mention 3 agents.
3. The agents have to be in the list of the agents who complete all the runes, all the missions.

My Vote.
  • A.V. Koshy
  • Patricio Buenrostro-Gilhuys
  • Ternura Rojas

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isn't it six places to washington?
so i'm giving six, gilda
since sarah/pan is out can't give one there
this was supposed to be about africa
so
1.szosi javie (africa)
dunno if he submitted an evokation though or completed everything
2. someone from south africa presuming szosi's from the north - who though (reid falconer, i guess)
3. thinkwell ndhlovu
4. shakwei mbindiyo/ gilda lorena arias (you choose :) )
5. patricio buenrostro gilhuys (south america)
6. michele baron
I can't answer this question without having criteria. Everyone here has something great to offer. Everyone here who's put the effort in to each mission is valuable and important to EVOKE and would be great at representing EVOKE in some way. Some people are good at storytelling. Some are good at coming up with great ideas. Some people have tons of energy. Some people are good at organizing things. Some are good at making visual art. Some are good at analyzing things. And some are good at pushing us all to think outside the box.

So, really, I'd like to see everyone there, or at least everyone who wants to be there, doing what they love the most.
people in africa or developing countries
and people who will work in and/or for developing countries
isn't that the criteria turil?

Turil Cronburg said:
I can't answer this question without having criteria. Everyone here has something great to offer. Everyone here who's put the effort in to each mission is valuable and important to EVOKE and would be great at representing EVOKE in some way. Some people are good at storytelling. Some are good at coming up with great ideas. Some people have tons of energy. Some people are good at organizing things. Some are good at making visual art. Some are good at analyzing things. And some are good at pushing us all to think outside the box.

So, really, I'd like to see everyone there, doing what they love the most.
Everything we do to make the world a better place helps those in "developing countries", because everything is connected. Butterflies in China and hurricanes in Florida and all that...

We all live in the same place. The Earth.
that's philosophy
i was just telling you evoke criteria

Turil Cronburg said:
Everything we do to make the world a better place helps those in "developing countries", because everything is connected. Butterflies in China and hurricanes in Florida and all that...

We all live in the same place. The Earth.
Well, guys if you vote for a president .. i don´t see what is the problem here..a democracy works like this...every one made a great work and put a lot of effort to finish the missions.. so .. Who do you think is the agent who made of this game a great game and you learn from his work?
Everyone who contributed something meets those criteria.

And I don't think Presidents are useful. In fact, I think they are far more harmful than anything else. No one is good at everything and loves to do everything. And because I'm not capable of knowing what each individual person is good at and loves to do, it makes far more sense for each individual to just do what they believe they are good at and love to do, without any meddling from other people. Anything else is just a waste of everyone's time and energy.
Hello Gilda, funny post and THNX for your vote, I feel really flattered.
I agree with Koshy: it should include agents who live in Africa or poor parts of Asia, or South America who can bring useful material to the Summit in WC.
1.szosi javie (africa) he is eligible, Just chek'd
2. someone from south africa? reid falconer, like koshy
3. thinkwell ndhlovu
4. gilda lorena arias (South America)
5. patricio buenrostro gilhuys (Central america)
6. AV Koshy, of course!!
i agree turil but it's also good to just play the game :)
i have at least a 1000 people i wanna c actually


Turil Cronburg said:
Everyone who contributed something meets those criteria.

And I don't think Presidents are useful. In fact, I think they are far more harmful than anything else. No one is good at everything and loves to do everything. And because I'm not capable of knowing what each individual person is good at and loves to do, it makes far more sense for each individual to just do what they believe they are good at and love to do, without any meddling from other people. Anything else is just a waste of everyone's time and energy.
thanks ternura :)

Ternura Rojas said:
Hello Gilda, funny post and THNX for your vote, I feel really flattered.
I agree with Koshy does: it should include agents who live in Africa or poor parts of Asia, or South America who can bring useful material to the Summit in WC.
1.szosi javie (africa) he is eligible, Just chek'd
2. someone from south africa? reid falconer, like koshy
3. thinkwell ndhlovu
4. gilda lorena arias (South America)
5. patricio buenrostro gilhuys (Central america)
6. AV Koshy, of course!!
thanks gilda:)

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