Nigel Jones wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> With Fedora 9 out the door we hit a very busy time for elections, the
> previous system was, well lets just say, not optimal.
> So I accepted the goal of creating an application by our post-release
> election season that would integrate well with FAS and would allow a
> different method of voting, Range Voting.
> If your not familiar with Range Voting check out
the essentials however is that you
> rank candidates from 0<-># of candidates, if you don't like them, just
> them 0.
> In the future, the application will not only allow the Board and Steering
> Committees to hold elections, it will (hopefully) become available to SIGs
> and Steering Committees for any time of poll/call to vote.
> This is where you all come in, it's impossible for a small group of people
> to find every possible mistake or bug in ANY item of software, so the more
> people we can get in to test it and report bugs/issues/thoughts the better!
> All I ask is 10-20 minutes of your time, whenever your free over the couple
> of days to test and provide feedback.
> 1) You'll need an account on the test instance of FAS at
(PLEASE) do not use your
> normal password and you don't need to do CLA etc (I've removed that
> requirement in the elections app for now).
> 2) Please direct your browser to
and test away!
> 3) Try voting etc, make sure that you *can* view the results at
> view the results at
> * I'm aware the UI is absolutely awful, there is already a ticket open for
> this (https://fedorahosted.org/elections/ticket/4
) please feel free to add
> items there.
> * Any errors you encounter that are 'unexpected' to you, please file a
> ticket at https://fedorahosted.org/elections/newticket
setting Milestone to
> 'Release 0.1.0' with full reproduction steps, and the time it occurred
> (TZ=UTC date)
> * Any other feedback can be directed to the elections-devel list
> After 5am UTC on the 1st June both elections will end and the 'results'
> should be public and hopefully we'll have a decent election app!
> Thanks a lot & Happy Testing,
> Nigel Jones
> p.s. Sorry to those that fall asleep during my e-mail - I nearly did too!
> p.s.s. Thanks must be given to Toshio, Ricky, Luca and Mike who have all
> assisted in this release
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