July moderator elections - new format

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Re: July moderator elections - new format

Post by Steve B » Wed Jul 14, 2010 4:04 pm

Rolf wrote:
The above proves that the election is not democratic. Because how can you know how many have voted???????????
the numbers voting are shown under the poll in BOLD

SEE BELOW


Selections for CCC Moderation Team:
Steve Blincoe, Bob Hyatt, Fernando Villegas, (alt Ted Summers)
[ ]
None of the above
[ ]

Voted : 106


Results will be visible after the poll expires
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Re: July moderator elections - new format

Post by Rolf » Wed Jul 14, 2010 6:02 pm

Steve B wrote:
Rolf wrote:
The above proves that the election is not democratic. Because how can you know how many have voted???????????
the numbers voting are shown under the poll in BOLD

SEE BELOW


Selections for CCC Moderation Team:
Steve Blincoe, Bob Hyatt, Fernando Villegas, (alt Ted Summers)
[ ]
None of the above
[ ]

Voted : 106


Results will be visible after the poll expires
Poll expires in 12 Hours, 16 Minutes
Sorry Steve, I see another picture without this number, believe me. I have no number at all. The results are planned for in so and so many hours that is correct. Perhaps the number comes after one voted. But I didnt vote for the given reasons of undemocratic hoax.
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Re: July moderator elections - new format

Post by bob » Wed Jul 14, 2010 8:34 pm

Rolf wrote:
Steve B wrote: voting totals (as i write) have already exceeded my guesstimate with 106 voting and 15+ hours to go before the polls close
all in all a fairly decent turnout
The above proves that the election is not democratic. Because how can you know how many have voted???????????
Just vote, then come back and later click on the voting poll again. You can't vote a second time, but that short message right below the two voting choices might amaze you (apparently). It _tells_ you how many have voted. Anybody can see the total.

Ok, I gave my personal impression but it wont interest much, if it would you wouldnt have written your message and Bob wouldnt have run after his leaving to a new forum.

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Re: July moderator elections - new format

Post by mariaclara » Wed Jul 14, 2010 9:45 pm

:roll: I have no prob with the team members.

it's the way this whole thing was setup.

:roll: :roll: :shock: :lol: :wink:
Steve B wrote:
Rolf wrote:
The above proves that the election is not democratic. Because how can you know how many have voted???????????
the numbers voting are shown under the poll in BOLD

SEE BELOW


Selections for CCC Moderation Team:
Steve Blincoe, Bob Hyatt, Fernando Villegas, (alt Ted Summers)
[ ]
None of the above
[ ]

Voted : 106


Results will be visible after the poll expires
Poll expires in 12 Hours, 16 Minutes
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Re: July moderator elections - new format

Post by Hood » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:48 pm

Rolf wrote:
The above proves that the election is not democratic. Because how can you know how many have voted???????????

Democracy is not democratic :-)
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