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From John Fletcher <fletch...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [VOTE] PPMC members to decide voting procedure
Date Fri, 13 Jan 2012 09:01:23 GMT
A couple of suggestions about the logo voting:

   1. If you go for PMC-only voting, if possible I would recommend you use
   surveymonkey or some other online service to take the votes in a way that
   the tally cannot be seen until the end, so as not to advantage the final
   voters. For example, if you use a PMC vote on this mailing list with
   the ability of assigning 5 points (one proposal), you will allow the final
   voters to make the binding votes by assigning all 5 of their points to one
   of the only two horses left in the race, if you know what I mean.
   2. I only tuned in to all this the other day, but already I saw a few
   comments on logo proposals where people praised the Apache feather. I
   personally would prefer it not to be present. Nevertheless the point I want
   to bring across is: is it your desire that Apache be emphasised in the
   logo? Because if so, the apache relation should be noted in the
   "Inspiration" part of the guidelines, otherwise good entries will lose
   credit because they didn't put a feather or Apache reference in that they
   didn't know was meant to be there.

Regards,
John

2012/1/13 Rui Silva <flex@rduartes.net>

> Doug,
>
> > I'd assume that anyone who submitted a logo (either PPMC-member or not,
> > depending on who is allowed to vote) would abstain from voting?
>
> I would assume that too, which is one of the reasons I've not yet submitted
> a proposal myself.
>
> Rui
>
>


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