The Rotisserie is a structured online discussion system that is alternative to the traditional threaded-messaging model. It breaks discussions into synchronous rounds, slowing down the pace of the discussions, and controls who responds to whom, democratizing the discussions and making it very likely that someone will respond to every participant.
released on 3 June 2004
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