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From Danesh Irani <danes...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [VOTE] First round of voting for Derby Logo
Date Thu, 10 Mar 2005 19:41:30 GMT
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On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 10:54:02 -0800 (PST), Susan Cline
<home4slc@pacbell.net> wrote:
> Voting for the Apache Derby logo
> 
> The Derby community voted to accept the rules for
> choosing the Derby logo:
> 
> http://mail-archives.eu.apache.org/mod_mbox/db-derby-user/200503.mbox/%3c20050310174321.85130.qmail@web81304.mail.yahoo.com%3e
> 
> The voting rules and ballot are below.
> 
> The voting will consist of two phases.  The first
> phase will be used to select the top three finalists
> (unless there is a tie for number of votes there might
> be more than three entries in the run-off.)
> 
> The second phase will be a run-off between the top
> entries selected in the first phase.
> 
> * Everyone gets to vote.
> * Only one vote per person submitted to
> derby-user@db.apache.org
>     - please don't use a different email address to
> vote twice :-)
> * Vote for only one logo, or you may vote for 'none of
> the above'.
> * Once we call for the vote, voting will continue for
> one week.
> * When we call for the vote we will announce the
> official deadline to jive with the one week period.
> Voting will end March 17th at 5 PM PST.
> * The vote will be done by email to the derby-user
> mailing list.
> *The top three vote getters (actual number of votes)
> from the first round of votes will
>      be the only logos included in the second round of
> voting.
>      However, if multiple entries tie for the top
> number of votes, all of these entries
>      will be included in the run-off.  For instance,
> say 7 entries all get 20 votes, then
>      all 7 will be included in the run-off.  Or, if
> the top entry gets 20 votes and the
>     second most voted on logos each get 19 votes and
> there are 4 of these logos,
>     all 5 would be included in the second round of
> voting. A third example would be
>     the top vote getter got 20 votes, the second got
> 19 votes and the third got 18 votes,
>     with three entries getting 18 votes.  Then these 5
> entries would all be included in the
>     final round.
> * For the second round of votes the highest vote
> getter from the three will be the winner
>     of the contest overall.
> * In the event the winner of the second round of
> voting produces the result of
>     'None of the above', we will not choose a logo at
> this time and wait for
>     more entries.
> * The second round of voting will last from March 21st
> - March 23rd, 5 PM PST.
> * I volunteer to tally the votes.
> 
> Please mark one X next to the logo entry number you
> wish to vote for as they appear at:
> http://incubator.apache.org/derby/logo_contest.html
> 
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