That's correct. The list of voters remains public, just not how
individuals voted. In this way we can work out who is openly
male/female, if they have a declared country of residence, if they are
associated with chapters or other groups etc.


On 3 June 2015 at 12:42, Andrew Gray <> wrote:
> On 3 June 2015 at 12:32, Anders Wennersten <> wrote:
>> As a number-crunching nerd myself I would love all my fellows with this
>> interest to also be able to study the detailed numbers. But in order to keep
>> secrecy of who voted, the figures for small  project can not be made general
>> available. And to work with the figures from the bigger and medium projects,
>> probably a more qualified analysis of the quality of the numbers used would
>> be needed, just along the reasoning you bring up.
> I might be misremembering, but I thought that whether or not user X
> had voted was public information? It certainly was in 2013; digging
> through old emails turns up a link to
> which
> seems to be the voter list from that election.
> Andrew.

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