How can you get consensus among an infinitely large number of people?
Dotmocracy is based on a simple assumption:
If you ask many people to discuss and brainstorm the same questions, at least one of them will eventually give an answer that the rest will agree with or can at least accept.
The Dotmocracy process allows a group to easily find those answers that everyone likes the most, and avoid the usual tendency of arguments that focus on points of disagreement. Additionally the use of separate sheets for each idea means that there is no limit on the number of ideas or participants.
In reality, there is no fair process that can guarantee 100% agreement on any complex question among a diverse grouop of people, but Dotmocracy can provide the greatest opportunity for recognizing an answer that has the highest possible level of agreement and minimal disagreement.