Hi all,

Sorry for being later than most would have wanted. PyCon is a bit
distracting and I missed the initial message and have been asleep for
the rest.

The duplicate email address problem is definitely my fault. I copied
the emails into a file and then ran `uniq` forgetting that the file
should have been sorted first. (i.e., that `sort -u` would have been
the right solution)

We also mentioned shortly after the election started that we were
using more than one ballot on this mailing list.

I'm sorry for the confusion.

Consider this something else we'll improve on next year.

Cheers,
Ia

On Wed, Jun 1, 2016 at 1:36 AM, Massimo DiPierro
<massimo.dipie...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I see… I was not aware of this. Browsing the pages I now see there are two
> elections:
>
> https://vote.python.org/init/default/results/45
> https://vote.python.org/init/default/results/46
>
> Same candidates and different ballots. I did not know about this. It is a
> weird way to use the system.
> I added up the numbers and now I agree with your results with the caveat
> below.
>
> Thanks for the clarification. :-)
>
> Caveat: I checked the database and I found 8 people were able to vote for
> both instances: ['katie.ful...@gmail.com', 'kirby.ur...@gmail.com',
> 'diana.joan.cla...@gmail.com', 'l...@lynnroot.com', 'c...@oddbird.net',
> 'j...@elkner.net', 'amaur...@gmail.com', 'facu...@taniquetil.com.ar’]
>
> I am sure this was a honest mistake but please this should not happen again.
> 8 people with two ballots could have made a lot of difference. I trust they
> realized they received two ballot and they voted for only one of them.
>
> Can we please use the system the way it is intended next time?
>
> Massimo
>
>
> (178, 'Diana Clarke')
> (169, 'Naomi Ceder')
> (155, 'Carol Willing')
> (150, 'Van Lindberg')
> (133, 'Carrie Anne Philbin')
> (118, 'Jackie Kazil')
> (110, 'Lorena Mesa')
> (104, 'Younggun Kim')
> (98, 'Kushal Das')
> (85, 'Trey Hunner')
> (83, 'Annapoornima Koppad')
> (75, 'Massimo Di Pierro')
> (73, 'Don Sheu')
> (72, 'Monty Taylor')
> (64, 'James Powell')
> (58, 'Simon Cross')
> (54, 'Raphael Pierzina')
> (49, 'Ed Leafe')
> (46, 'Philip James')
> (20, 'Raghav Hanumantharau')
> (15, 'Chris Clifton')
>
>
>
> On Jun 1, 2016, at 1:13 AM, VanL <van.lindb...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Massimo,
>
> You are not seeing the results from the full election. There was more than
> one ballot because the election administrator didn't want every ballot to
> have the same ordering of candidates. The final results that were posted are
> the sum of all votes across the multiple ballots.
>
> Thanks,
> Van
>
> _________________________________
> Van Lindberg
> van.lindb...@gmail.com
> m: 214.364.7985
>
> On May 31, 2016 11:09 PM, "Massimo DiPierro" <massimo.dipie...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>>
>> P.S. The page with the results is public and it is here:
>> https://vote.python.org/init/default/results/46 The voted ballots are also
>> public and posted here: https://vote.python.org/init/default/ballots/46 The
>> links should be in your ballot receipt. If you have voted, you know which
>> one is your ballot from the code but keep that to yourself: they are
>> anonymous.
>>
>> On Jun 1, 2016, at 12:10 AM, Massimo DiPierro <massimo.dipie...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> Hello everybody,
>>
>> I apologize in advance for this email but I seek some clarifications. I am
>> receiving some emails from people asking why Simon Cross and I are not
>> elected and I am not sure what to answer. I have to admin I have not
>> followed the rules close enough but I do remember some emails stating that
>> No and Abstain should count the same and only the positive Yes vote are
>> important.
>>
>> Below are the results from the web page sorted based on the number of Yes
>> votes (second column)
>>
>> Can you please point me to a description of the rules about how the votes
>> are counted?
>> Thank you in advance and sorry for the noise. I am sure there is a good
>> explanation, I just do not know what it is.
>>
>> Massimo
>>
>>
>> Name,Yes,No,Abstain
>> Diana Clarke, 95, 5, 21
>> Van Lindberg, 90, 17, 14
>> Naomi Ceder, 85, 10, 26
>> Carol Willing, 83, 4, 34
>> Carrie Anne Philbin, 73, 7, 41
>> Kushal Das, 63, 11, 47
>> Jackie Kazil, 60, 14, 47
>> Younggun Kim, 55, 6, 60
>> Lorena Mesa, 46, 10, 65
>> Simon Cross, 41, 11, 69
>> Massimo Di Pierro, 41, 23, 57
>> Monty Taylor, 40, 11, 70
>> Annapoornima Koppad, 39, 10, 72
>> Trey Hunner, 36, 12, 73
>> Don Sheu, 35, 9, 77
>> Ed Leafe, 32, 16, 73
>> Raphael Pierzina, 31, 9, 81
>> James Powell, 31, 10, 80
>> Philip James, 18, 14, 89
>> Chris Clifton, 11, 17, 93
>> Raghav Hanumantharau, 10, 15, 96
>>
>>
>>
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