June 02, 2011
The submissions are:

[1] Introduction to std.datetime by Jonathan M Davis
http://is.gd/roLvbu

[2] Concurrency, Parallelism and D by Dave Simcha
http://davesdprogramming.wordpress.com/2011/04/07/7/

[3] Getting more fiber in your diet by Robert Clipsham
http://octarineparrot.com/article/view/getting-more-fiber-in-your-diet

[4] D Slices by Steve Schveighoffer
http://www.dsource.org/projects/dcollections/wiki/ArrayArticle

[5] Have Your Efficiency, and Flexibility Too by Nick SAbalausky
http://www.semitwist.com/articles/EfficientAndFlexible/SinglePage/


Discuss here, vote in the other thread.
June 02, 2011
What's the policy for people who submitted articles?  If we don't officially have one, I think everyone who submitted an article should vote for any article except their own.  If submitters are allowed to vote for themselves, of course they all will and their votes will effectively cancel out.  I think it's best to give each submitter a meaningful vote as to what the best other article is.

== Quote from Walter Bright (newshound2@digitalmars.com)'s article
> The submissions are:
> [1] Introduction to std.datetime by Jonathan M Davis
> http://is.gd/roLvbu
> [2] Concurrency, Parallelism and D by Dave Simcha
> http://davesdprogramming.wordpress.com/2011/04/07/7/
> [3] Getting more fiber in your diet by Robert Clipsham
> http://octarineparrot.com/article/view/getting-more-fiber-in-your-diet
> [4] D Slices by Steve Schveighoffer
> http://www.dsource.org/projects/dcollections/wiki/ArrayArticle
> [5] Have Your Efficiency, and Flexibility Too by Nick SAbalausky
> http://www.semitwist.com/articles/EfficientAndFlexible/SinglePage/
> Discuss here, vote in the other thread.

June 02, 2011
On 02/06/2011 02:16, dsimcha wrote:
> What's the policy for people who submitted articles?  If we don't officially have
> one, I think everyone who submitted an article should vote for any article except
> their own.  If submitters are allowed to vote for themselves, of course they all
> will and their votes will effectively cancel out.  I think it's best to give each
> submitter a meaningful vote as to what the best other article is.

If we're allowed to vote for another that's not our own, do we have to vote? Not that I'd tactically not vote to increase my chances of course :p

-- 
Robert
http://octarineparrot.com/
June 02, 2011
On 2011-06-01 18:16, dsimcha wrote:
> What's the policy for people who submitted articles?  If we don't officially have one, I think everyone who submitted an article should vote for any article except their own.  If submitters are allowed to vote for themselves, of course they all will and their votes will effectively cancel out.  I think it's best to give each submitter a meaningful vote as to what the best other article is.

I had just assumed that I wouldn't be voting, but it would be best to have clarification on this.

- Jonathan M Davis
June 02, 2011
On 6/1/11 8:44 PM, Jonathan M Davis wrote:
> On 2011-06-01 18:16, dsimcha wrote:
>> What's the policy for people who submitted articles?  If we don't
>> officially have one, I think everyone who submitted an article should vote
>> for any article except their own.  If submitters are allowed to vote for
>> themselves, of course they all will and their votes will effectively
>> cancel out.  I think it's best to give each submitter a meaningful vote as
>> to what the best other article is.
>
> I had just assumed that I wouldn't be voting, but it would be best to have
> clarification on this.

IMHO everyone is allowed one vote including the authors. But Walter decides.

Andrei

June 02, 2011
On 6/1/2011 6:16 PM, dsimcha wrote:
> What's the policy for people who submitted articles?  If we don't officially have
> one, I think everyone who submitted an article should vote for any article except
> their own.  If submitters are allowed to vote for themselves, of course they all
> will and their votes will effectively cancel out.  I think it's best to give each
> submitter a meaningful vote as to what the best other article is.

One vote per person is probably best.
June 02, 2011
On Wed, 01 Jun 2011 21:16:40 -0400, dsimcha <dsimcha@yahoo.com> wrote:

> What's the policy for people who submitted articles?  If we don't officially have
> one, I think everyone who submitted an article should vote for any article except
> their own.  If submitters are allowed to vote for themselves, of course they all
> will and their votes will effectively cancel out.  I think it's best to give each
> submitter a meaningful vote as to what the best other article is.

There were never any rules about authors of articles not being able to vote.  Since all of us had posted to the newsgroup prior to the announcement, we can all vote.

I was planning on voting for the best article besides my own because I think that's the gentlemanly thing to do.  But there are no rules as far as whether you can vote for your own article or not.  I.e. if you want to vote for your own article, there is no rule against that.

-Steve
June 02, 2011
"Steven Schveighoffer" <schveiguy@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:op.vwf1mfuueav7ka@localhost.localdomain...
> On Wed, 01 Jun 2011 21:16:40 -0400, dsimcha <dsimcha@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>> What's the policy for people who submitted articles?  If we don't
>> officially have
>> one, I think everyone who submitted an article should vote for any
>> article except
>> their own.  If submitters are allowed to vote for themselves, of course
>> they all
>> will and their votes will effectively cancel out.  I think it's best to
>> give each
>> submitter a meaningful vote as to what the best other article is.
>
> There were never any rules about authors of articles not being able to vote.  Since all of us had posted to the newsgroup prior to the announcement, we can all vote.
>
> I was planning on voting for the best article besides my own because I think that's the gentlemanly thing to do.  But there are no rules as far as whether you can vote for your own article or not.  I.e. if you want to vote for your own article, there is no rule against that.
>
> -Steve

If other authors vote for themselves, then I'd want to vote for myself as well. However, I much prefer Steve's plan of voting for someone other than himself. I agree it's "the gentlemanly thing to do". Besides, if most of us do vote for ourselves, then they'll pretty much just cancel out anyway.

So I have a proposal: Even if we are technically allowed to vote for ourselves, I propose that we all agree not to. With Steve and I in favor of this, that makes it 2 out of the 5 so far. So how about it, Jonathan, Dave and Robert?



June 02, 2011
On 02/06/2011 11:57, Nick Sabalausky wrote:
> If other authors vote for themselves, then I'd want to vote for myself as
> well. However, I much prefer Steve's plan of voting for someone other than
> himself. I agree it's "the gentlemanly thing to do". Besides, if most of us
> do vote for ourselves, then they'll pretty much just cancel out anyway.
>
> So I have a proposal: Even if we are technically allowed to vote for
> ourselves, I propose that we all agree not to. With Steve and I in favor of
> this, that makes it 2 out of the 5 so far. So how about it, Jonathan, Dave
> and Robert?

Sounds like a plan.

-- 
Robert
http://octarineparrot.com/
June 02, 2011
On 2011-06-02 03:57, Nick Sabalausky wrote:
> "Steven Schveighoffer" <schveiguy@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:op.vwf1mfuueav7ka@localhost.localdomain...
> 
> > On Wed, 01 Jun 2011 21:16:40 -0400, dsimcha <dsimcha@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> What's the policy for people who submitted articles?  If we don't
> >> officially have
> >> one, I think everyone who submitted an article should vote for any
> >> article except
> >> their own.  If submitters are allowed to vote for themselves, of course
> >> they all
> >> will and their votes will effectively cancel out.  I think it's best to
> >> give each
> >> submitter a meaningful vote as to what the best other article is.
> > 
> > There were never any rules about authors of articles not being able to vote.  Since all of us had posted to the newsgroup prior to the announcement, we can all vote.
> > 
> > I was planning on voting for the best article besides my own because I think that's the gentlemanly thing to do.  But there are no rules as far as whether you can vote for your own article or not.  I.e. if you want to vote for your own article, there is no rule against that.
> > 
> > -Steve
> 
> If other authors vote for themselves, then I'd want to vote for myself as well. However, I much prefer Steve's plan of voting for someone other than himself. I agree it's "the gentlemanly thing to do". Besides, if most of us do vote for ourselves, then they'll pretty much just cancel out anyway.
> 
> So I have a proposal: Even if we are technically allowed to vote for ourselves, I propose that we all agree not to. With Steve and I in favor of this, that makes it 2 out of the 5 so far. So how about it, Jonathan, Dave and Robert?

Fine with me.

- Jonathan M Davis
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