Do only 28 people care about the future of Thunderbird? Please vote!

Axel Grude axel.grude at gmail.com
Fri Feb 26 16:06:47 UTC 2016


> *Subject:* Re: Do only 28 people care about the future of Thunderbird? Please vote!
> *From: *Tanstaafl
> *To:* Tb-planning
> *Sent: *Friday, 26/02/2016 15:06:32 15:06 GMT ST +0000 [Week 8]
> On 2/26/2016 9:56 AM, Wayne Mery (Thunderbird QA) <vseerror at lehigh.edu>
> wrote:
> > On 2/26/2016 9:36 AM, Tanstaafl wrote:
> >> Will you be publishing a list of people whose votes you counted?
> >>
> >> If you weren't planning on it, I would make the case that you
> >> absolutely, unequivocally should.
> >>
> >> Not their vote, mind you, just that they voted.
>
> > This should not be done, for two reasons:
> > - The vote process was (appropriately IMO) advertised as being anonymous
> > - whether someone voted or not is their own business
> > - When the voting process was posted, with in impartial vote counter, no
> > objections were raised on this point at that time. Now is not the item
> > to change the process.
>
> Then would someone just please tell me did you get my vote or not?
>
> I would have thought someone would have emailed me privately by now to
> tell me, since this is obviously my primary concern.

Ok, so if the objective is here to get a personal receipt for the vote can the team 
send back a replied to individual voters (just do a reply-to with a sentence that it 
was counted) ? Shouldn't be too much effort with <50 votes.

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