Thanks for the endorsement, AGK. You might, however, want to be aware of a detail about the Schulze method: any unranked candidate is ranked lower than every ranked candidate — this means that leaving candidates off the ballot isn't neutral like it would be on enwp ArbCom elections (which I suppose is what you expect), but actually votes against them as strongly as possible.
- Replied at en:User talk:AGK -- AGK 19:59, 4 June 2011 (UTC)
- I did not know about your initiative and I am glad you did it, it brings new and fresh opinions in the debate. Well, sorry if I am not as efficient right now as you wish I would; you can have an answer to my lack of answers in the fact that I have a family (see picture) and personal things to take care of which are not very pleasant (examining students was not the worst of it but well this is life...). Another fact is that I tried to answer Alec Conroy's questions but well to no avail since he is not interested in investigating the reasons of my block and well I am afraid few people will care to have enough information before judging. I am afraid it might be the same here, but if you need extra information just let me know I will be glad to help.
Take care and keep on working on this! Claudi/Capsot 20:51, 5 June 2011 (UTC)
- Just a few pieces of info that I had already given Alec Conroy but he does not seem willing to use/divulge it (I am afraid that his main goal was to have Kat Walsh elected even before the elections... and privilege the "establishment"), I found it in a stats thing, it might help have an idea of the implication of the current Board members though I am afraid it needs complementary data. Have a nice day! Claudi/Capsot 06:55, 6 June 2011 (UTC)
PD: I also answered some more questions... when I find some more spare time, I will try to answer others. Just another comment, do not forget it is not as easy for non native speakers to answer without checking the possible mistakes... a process that takes some extra time... Capsot 07:27, 6 June 2011 (UTC)