Final Call for Votes and extra Voting Information - 2013 SPI board elections

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From: Jonathan McDowell <noodles(at)earth(dot)li>
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Subject: Final Call for Votes and extra Voting Information - 2013 SPI board elections
Date: 2013-07-22 23:26:58
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This is the final call for votes for the 2013 SPI board elections.

There have been (at time of writing) 55 total unique votes cast, which
is 10.536398467433% of all possible votes.

Voting details
Voting is only open to contributing members.

To vote, please go to:

Select the 2013 board election, and cast your ballot.

You can change your ballot as many times as you want until the close of
voting at 2013-07-28 23:59:59 UTC. Vote early, vote often!

For full information about this election, including the names and
platforms of the candidates and other related information, please see:

Results will be announced before the end of July 31st.

Notes on voting

If you have not rated all candidates, it is important you read the
information below to ensure your vote reflects your views.

In summary:
- Not rating a candidate at all does NOT mean that they are automatically
ranked below other candidates.
- Additionally, a vote for ONE candidate is equivalent to an empty vote.

Read below for further details, and for information on how to vote in

Voting preferences
Your preference will best be shown when you specify *all candidates*, in
order of preference (i.e. "XYZWTUV", X being the most preferred). Voting
"XY" states that you prefer candidate X to Y.

* However, it does not express any preference *
* relationships for any of the other candidates. *

Namely, in an election of ABC, a vote of AB would mean you are happy
with a final result of:
- A>B>C
- C>A>B
- A>C>B


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