That's correct. The list of voters remains public, just not how
individuals voted. In this way we can work out who is openly
male/female, if they have a declared country of residence, if they are
associated with chapters or other groups etc.
On 3 June 2015 at 12:42, Andrew Gray <andrew.gray(a)dunelm.org.uk> wrote:
On 3 June 2015 at 12:32, Anders Wennersten
As a number-crunching nerd myself I would love
all my fellows with this
interest to also be able to study the detailed numbers. But in order to keep
secrecy of who voted, the figures for small project can not be made general
available. And to work with the figures from the bigger and medium projects,
probably a more qualified analysis of the quality of the numbers used would
be needed, just along the reasoning you bring up.
I might be misremembering, but I thought that whether or not user X
had voted was public information? It certainly was in 2013; digging
through old emails turns up a link to
seems to be the voter list from that election.