It could just mean that you slightly prefer Raleigh.
The Drupal Association has adopted Instant Runoff Voting <
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instant-runoff_voting> for its at-large board
positions. I am not sure that it makes sense for binary choices.
Personally, I think that we will be in good hands either way and would be
happy with a coin toss.
I would kind of like to see the total number of folks who voted.
On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 9:01 AM, David J. Fiander <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> So, I just voted for the Code4Lib 2014 location. There are two possible
> venues, and I was given three points to apportion however I wish.
> While having multiple votes, to spread around at will, makes a lot of
> sense, shouldn't the number of votes each elector is granted be limited
> to max(3, count(options)-1)? That is, when voting for a binary, I get
> one vote, when voting on a choice of three items, I get two votes, and
> for anything more than three choices, I get three votes?
> I mean, realistically, one could give one vote to Austin and two votes
> to Raleigh, but why bother?
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