Re: Contest for voting project list members

From: Michael Hay <michael_dot_hay_at_gmail_dot_com>
Date: Thu Oct 28 2004 - 23:03:17 CDT

For a prize, how about a Voter Action Figure, if such a thing exists.

On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 12:40:42 -0700, Alan Dechert
<alan@openvotingconsortium.org> wrote:
> I mentioned that I think it will take a million visitors to reach our 1111
> goal. This is a bit hard to figure given our web stats program. We do get
> a count of page requests. So, I will put it another way: I predict it will
> take 2,000,000 page requests to reach our goal.
>
> Assuming we are going to be successful, I would like to see your prediction
> of how many page requests we'll need to see in our web stats to make it.
>
> Closest prediction gets a prize TBD (have to think about it... maybe just a
> certificate or something like that ... or a custom coffee mug... suggestions
> welcome).
>
> Let's figure that the campaign started yesterday. We expect the really big
> numbers after the election but we want to get as many as we can before the
> election too. The pitch we have can be easily adjusted Nov 3.
>
> You can follow progress here:
>
> http://www.openvotingconsortium.org/stats/DAILYREP.html
>
> Give us your prediction of total page requests starting from OCT 27 to the
> day we reach 1111 memberships. For the purposes of this contest it will be
> the total page requests including the date we reach the goal. So, for
> example, if we reach the goal on NOV 9, it would be the sum of all the page
> requests OCT 27 thru NOV 9.
>
> Post your prediction to this thread today!
>
> Alan D.
>
>

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