I have been studying for state testing for my World History class and just realized that democracy in the ancient world is going to be on my test. So I started studying and I came to the part where Rome gave it's citizens representation, no matter their wealth. I think that something like this could be used on EMC. The representatives that this would use would represent each server. There would be 2 parts of this. One would be based on how many players are usually on at once, such as smp1 and smp9 would have more representatives in this part than say smp6. The second group would have a total of 5 representatives, no matter how many players are usually on in EMC. These 2 groups would represent the community as a whole and voice their opinions. If the staff put something in the server that nearly all of EMC's players didn't like, the representatives would go to the staff and say that the new thing shouldn't be in the server. Also, the representatives would get ideas that the players would like to see in the server and present them to the staff so that they can review it immediately, instead of just putting posts in the suggestion box that get only 30 views and no one replies to. Yes, this would take some time to start and to figure out. However, I think that the only way for EMC to run 100% efficiently is to have the voice of the people heard, and that would be through representation.