thebohemian at gmx.net
Sat Nov 20 15:45:41 CET 2010
that is a way expressing agreement. :)
I think this scheme is nowadays most often used by members of the Apache
Software Foundation and its projects.
0 and -1 are also allowed.
Am 19.11.2010 15:55, schrieb Koen Kooi:
> What does '+1' mean?
> Op 19 nov 2010, om 15:42 heeft Marco Cavallini [KOAN] het volgende geschreven:
>> Graeme Gregory ha scritto, Il 19/11/2010 11:19:
>>> Hi, I have been running the online voting since the eV first introduced
>>> it. I have been doing the votes manually by hand but as the eV increases
>>> in size this is not feasable.
>>> I want to suggest that we try other voting services.
>>> Seems to be compatible with our policy, Im sure there must be others
>>> that people know of. I would suggest we run a couple of test polls and
>>> select a service I can use to perform our voting as with yocto appearing
>>> on the scene there is possibility of numerous eV polls.
>> At last looks like it is the voting system I've always wanted.
>> +1 from me
>> Cordiali Saluti / Kindest Regards / mit freundlichen Grüssen
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