I am having some trouble voting. Perhaps I am missing something.
I go to http://vote.code4lib.org/election/index/7
It says "For each item, choose the score you wish to assign from
0-3. You may assign scores to as many items as you like. The winners
will be chosen from the highest scores."
I see a list of titles as blue hyperlinks. When I click on them I get
a description with a grey background. That is it. No other
functionality. Am I supposed to email someone my choices?
Please say no! :-)
Also, while I can log in to code4lib, my login does not seem to work for
the login on the above page. Is there a separate login for the voting?
I am using Firefox 184.108.40.206 on Suse 10.0.
>>>>> "Birkin" == Birkin James Diana <[log in to unmask]> writes:
Birkin> This is a reminder that voting on the code4libcon2009
Birkin> presentation- proposals ends *tonight*, Wednesday December
Birkin> 3 at 11:59PM EST (U.S.).
Birkin> You can vote at:
Birkin> ...and see results at:
Birkin> --- Birkin James Diana Programmer, Integrated Technology
Birkin> Services Brown University Library [log in to unmask]
Birkin> On Nov 25, 2008, at 3:37 PM, Birkin James Diana wrote:
>> One of the cool things about this conference is that you have a
>> real voice in forming it.
>> Voting is now open to select the presentations for the 2009
>> Code4Lib conference.
>> The vote will remain open through Wednesday December 3 at
>> 11:59PM EST (U.S.).
>> NOTE: Your code4lib username and password are required to
>> vote. Head to the voting site ** as soon as possible ** to
>> ensure that your username and password work as expected. You
>> can take your time voting, but do not take your time ensuring
>> that your username and password work as expected.
>> If they don't work as expected, head to the code4lib.org site
>> and see if they work there. If they do, Ross will help get you
>> straightened out. If they don't work at the code4lib.org site,
>> the maintainers of that site will help you. If you realize late
>> Wednesday December 3 that you have a code4lib.org username and
>> password problem, there is a very real chance that you will not
>> be able to vote.
>> A thank-you to Ross Singer for hosting the voting again, and
>> for setting it up so quickly.
>> Birkin James Diana Programmer, Integrated Technology Services
>> Brown University Library [log in to unmask]