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Mini wrote:an open vote shows all those people who will chose on 1 and 2. hopefully if they know this they are more likely to consider 3.
Mini wrote:an open vote shows all those people who will chose on 1 and 2..
Helen wrote:You say open vote does this mean you as an administrator get to see who voted how or will both proposal teams get to see this it would be good if this is made clear. It seems that you are worried that people will just vote for there friends however I have a few thoughts:
If the list is made available later you may actually be doing the opposite by forcing people to vote for their friends as they dont want to offend them by voting against them. As far as I am aware jugglers are usuallyreasonable if they see a problem or issue with the proposal (although if they are friends you would have expected to voice this concern before this point) they would vote against it even if they are good friends. I know if the vote was held at the buisness metting it would have been open however these things go unnoticed in a sea of arms where as are obvious when you have a list of names or email addresses in front of you.
If the vote is swayed by a proposal teams group of friends (assuming they are jugglers who plan to attend) it is likely to mean that they have more help and support which would help the event run smoother and the organisers be a little less stressed. In my oppinion good BJCs and juggling conventions in general come down to 2 things a good venue (both proposals seem to have that) and it running smoothly without too many problems (also a good show helps).Mini wrote:an open vote shows all those people who will chose on 1 and 2..
Are you going to do anything about this as even if you know that someone is a friend of a proposal team and has voted for them how do you know that there decision is baised on friendship rather than their oppinion on the 2 proposals.
Sorry if that sounded like a rant was meant to be but I thought a few things might need pointing out.
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