Thomas von der Elbe
ThomasvonderElbe at gmx.de
Fri Mar 19 14:43:07 EDT 2010
- once navigated from the vote-space to the pollserver overview, you
cant go back to the old vote-space. It forgets, where you came from.
- does the ranking only show candidates with more then 1 vote and leaves
the rest out?
Because many are not shown. Very cool, to click on a voter in the list,
and then see him in the vote-tree too!
- just to mention: the poll-service-page does not contain any
information, which is not already in the vote-page (at least right now)
- if one navigates from an opened tree in the vote-space to the
poll-service-page and back, the tree is collapsed. would it maybe be
good to have it still open? Also the selected user is not selected anymore.
- sometimes (very seldom) the graphics of the navigation tool is
distorted (see screenshot) (not important!)
I'd like to talk about the geographical navigation with you. I dont
really understand "Area, Scheme, District". Why not have: Global -
International - Country - State - City/Region - Riding - Ward? Under
each could be a list of all the polls in this area. Wouldnt this cover
all possible polls?
Michael Allan schrieb:
> Hey Thomas,
> Here's the first swing of the hammer. This is all on the server side.
> It moves us a step closer to being a multi-area facility (not just
> Toronto). It also takes a stab at fixing some of the navigation
> http://t.zelea.com:8080/v/w/ (old server is here)
> You may have to hit refresh on some of the pages, in order to clear
> away the old styles and scripts. It's all still rough and ugly. The
> district pages (Area/Scheme/District) will soon be moved out to the
> wiki (as hinted in the nav map). Let me know if you see any
> showstopper bugs.
> I'll take a swing at the wiki next,
> Tasks remaining for step 1 (core voting stuff):
> a) Centralize
> Allow multiple areas (cities, states) per pollserver.
> Move area and district configuration out to the pollwiki (PW),
> where the users can take charge of it. http://u.zelea.com/wiki
> | PW pollwiki (common)
> | PS pollserver (Votorola)
> b) Support unlimited polls
> Move poll configuration out to the wiki.
> Support an unlimited number of polls. Allow for ad hoc
> construction, where the poll is created by the first vote.
> c) Prototype the difference engine
> Code a bare-bones difference engine. Explore and develop the
> interface with discussion media.
> d) Code the verification facilities
> Allow for independent verification of poll results.
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