1) the VOTE page appears.
The VOTE page shows the TITLE of the pending MOTION and lists all delegates who have voted on the motion showing YES and NO boxes after each name and totals at the bottom of the page, and has this message at the top:
DO YOU FAVOR CLOSING DEBATE ON THIS MOTION?
2) An automatic email goes out to every delegate giving them 72 hours to vote on CLOSURE.
3) When a delegate enters the caucus, only the VOTE page appears until the time for voting is over.
4) A digital CLOCK on the VOTE page shows how much time remains for voting on CLOSURE.
If, at the end of the time for voting, there are more YES than NO votes, debate is closed and a new VOTE page appears, showing;
The title and text of the motion and the time remaining to vote on the motion.
An automatic email goes out to all caucus members informing them that they have 72 hours to vote on the motion.
If, at the end of the time for voting on CLOSURE, there are more NO votes than YES votes, the page reverts to the PENDING MOTION page.
There are, I am sure,many details which a competent programmer would see needing attention, but this is what I originally intended. I still believe it should be done, and if the Committee has the expertise, I urge them to ttry to complete the CAUCUS pages.to