--- Adrian Morgan skrzypszy:

> In the case of the Conlang flag vote, one flag is winning by a mile
> no matter what voting method you choose. Barring a miracle, it is
> *very* clear which design is going to win.

I can't wait to see the results!

> In fact, with 24 votes received, over 45% of people have placed the

> leading flag in first place! Now, that's a dramatic result however
> you look at it.

If I remember correctly, Peter Clark's (where has he gone?) Weekly
Polls usually had something between twenty and fourty respondents. So
I doubt if the total voter turnout will be much higher than that.

> It would be more interesting if it was a closer competition, but
> it's not turning out that way.

Well, it means at least that we agree for a change! :) It would have
been a lot harder if eight completely different flags would have
gained approximately the same amount of support. In that case we
would probably end up with no flag at all!


"If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping in a closed room with a mosquito."

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