No, I want to get that right.
Dr. Goodman, you seem to be reluctant to do anything that is web-based or application based. I really want to understand that a little bit better.
Mr. Essex talked about an example in Sarnia where there was an error with the difference between “agree” and “disagree”. That might work if you have a city council of 15 or 20 people, where you can catch that easily, but the reality of the situation is that....
You'd have to talk me through how you do a voice vote in a parliament of 338 people, which, in our traditional sense, works through the parties. If it's a government piece of legislation, all government members would vote. Then, in succession, any other parties' members would vote. How do you line that up in the Zoom system so that you have everybody in the line? How does that work when we have 17-20 pages of thumbnails of videos? Are they just literally jumping back and forth all over the place?
How do you implement that practically speaking?