it seems, it always ends up with the gaussian function, named after the mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss
or in other words with the gaussian standard function of normal distribution ;-)
…sorry for becoming a little philosophical on a Sunday, …but in all societies, communities, gatherings, teams, school classes, pilot courses, sport teams and so on, there are always
5 % over accurate
5 % top
80% using common sense, following the rules, with an intrinsic motivation and enabled to tell right from wrong
5% prone to leave the right path
5% total …%$§&#:-((
Why am I telling you this? -
Because…in all these groups these last 5% …%$§&#:-(( create a lot of trouble.
The tendency of the group leaders (administrators, teachers, managers, coaches, governments) to react to these acts with simply tightening the rules, stricter laws or stronger penalties is very high.
But my experience in live and looking back in history is that, even if you tighten the rules
first of all those 5% …%$§&#:-(( will not change their behavior
and second, one will only definitely discourage and demotivate the other 90%.
In addition, sometimes it helps, to just use the existing laws more effectively instead of cutting freedom to everybody.
In my comment I am just reflecting on questions and issues of the normal life and the right decision for the leader is a tricky question and from my perspective there is no digital answer.
Folks, don’t get me wrong, I am not criticizing the IF administrators for disabling the spoken callsigns ( maybe a consequent and strict blocking out would have helped too), but this situation just made me think, because in the real life I am dealing with organizational behavior and it just fascinated me to experience, that the known mechanisms just apply in every case, even in virtual reality.
Thanks for reading & Happy landings
This is not the forum for these kind of discussions, but have a look around in the country you live and the groups you are interacting with and then think about Gauss and the consequences of the normal distribution ;-))