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Re: slots request

From: Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos
Subject: Re: slots request
Date: Sun, 08 Apr 2012 14:18:04 +0200
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On 04/07/2012 08:32 PM, Giuseppe Scrivano wrote:

>> Should then each project rank 1 "amazing" idea with 5, and the rest
>> acceptable with 4?
> it sounds like a good idea if we can have a sub-rating for proposals
> to the same project.

Currently there are many applications with no votes is because,
probably, no-one is interested to mentor. The voted with mark over 4
proposals are 16. From them 3 had no mentor.

The ones that have a mentor are distributed as:

Octave: 1
Emacs-orgmode: 3
Gnu Radio: 1
Bison: 1
Gnucap: 1
Slib: 1
Gnutls: 2
recutils: 1
automake: 1
gnowsys: 2

Thus we can safely say the amazing should be at least 10, and
recommended be 14?

>> > btw. How is the rank voting done. Is it expected for all mentors to vote
>> > for any proposal, or only for proposals he/she intends to mentor?
> no, you can vote for as many proposal you want.

This would, however, prevent mentors from a project to select their
"amazing" by putting 5, and the rest with 4, as someone unrelated could
upvote/downvote one.


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