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Organizations can use OpenSTV to implement their own elections. First, the organization must adopt a voting method. Second, the organization must conduct the vote, and this will most likely be done with paper ballots. Third, the ballots must be entered into the OpenSTV program. Finally, you can use OpenSTV to count the votes and determine the winners of the election.
Revision $Id: README.txt 578 2009-08-26 01:13:50Z jeff.oneill $ OVERVIEW OpenSTV is a program for implementing the single transferable vote (STV). STV is used for electing a group of people (e.g. council, committee, legislature) and it provides for proportional representation of the electorate. The idea behind proportional representation is that the demographics of the elected group should, at more»
OPENSTV-RUN-ELECTION(1) OPENSTV-RUN-ELECTION(1) NAME OpenSTV - Single Transferable Vote and Instant Runoff Voting Software SYNOPSIS openstv-run-election [OPTION] METHOD BALLOT_FILE DESCRIPTION Runs an election for a given METHOD and BALLOT_FILE. Results are printed to the standard output. The following methods are available: more»
OPENSTV(1) OPENSTV(1) NAME OpenSTV - Single Transferable Vote and Instant Runoff Voting Software SYNOPSIS openstv DESCRIPTION OpenSTV is an open-source software for implementing the sin‐ gle transferable vote and other voting methods such as instant runoff voting, condorcet voting, and approv more»
openstv (1.6.1-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release. * debian/rules: + Remove M more»
$Id: CHANGELOG.txt 722 2010-03-08 14:14:34Z jeff.oneill $ OpenSTV 1.6 - Provide YAML report for int more»
This work was packaged for Debian by: Severin Heiniger <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 15 M more»