11 Feb 1998: Please help UKVoting!
From: SJFBeckwith <email@example.com>
Subject: Notice: Please help UKVoting!
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Of late there have been a number of complaints about the inconsistent
way that Calls For Votes have been handled between votetakers. And
quite right to, as we have been a bit lacking in the "united front"
stakes. So, in an effort to get it *right* we would like your help.
More specifically, we would be grateful if you could please detail to us
(contactable as firstname.lastname@example.org) any inconsistencies you feel we
present when dealing with the "general public". And how you would
propose we deal with them.
We are after any suggestions, from the width we should format CFV's to -
to the allowable amount of time between a vote finishing and the results
This will hopefully be the time when we, the votetakers, can develop
policy to cover all the problems which have been discussed over the past
few months, so please mention them now.
We shall be reviewing the suggestions as they come in and will report
back with our decisions in 10 days time. Until that time no further
CFV's will be issued (those that have already been published will run
Please help us! We do, after all, represent you...
Speaking for and on behalf of the entire UKVoting team.
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