|Eric Gerlach on 4 Feb 2002 02:43:43 -0000|
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|Re: spoon-discuss: Re: spoon-business: new proposal: ptime|
At 09:41 PM 2002-02-03 -0500, you wrote:
Quoth Donald Whytock, >> The way my proposal is written now, each player casts a single vote for one of> the proposals on the ballot. They don't cast yes-or-no votes on each > proposal. So how can two proposals be tied for the majority? Easy: three> players vote for Bean's refresh proposal, three others vote for Scoff!'s, and> any other proposals voted for each get one. > But then if there's even only one other proposal that got one, neither Bean's nor Scoff!'s proposals have a majority, 'cause Bean got 3 votes out of 7 votes sent out, and Scoff! got 3 votes out of 7. 3/7 isn't a majority.
Good point, perhaps we should do multiple ballots, where the one with the least votes gets dropped, then we vote again on the remainder? Takes longer, but gets better representation...