Re: current A.6 draft
On Sun, Nov 24, 2002 at 02:54:31PM -0500, Raul Miller wrote:
> > b. A defeat (A,X) is weaker than a defeat (B,Y) if A is not
> > the default option and V(A,X) is less than V(B,Y). Also,
> > (A,X) is weaker than (B,Y) A is not the default option and if
> > V(A,X) is equal to V(B,Y) and V(X,A) is greater than V(Y,B).
On Wed, Nov 27, 2002 at 02:04:40PM -0500, Andrew Pimlott wrote:
> I think you left out the definition of weaker for the default
> option, no?
Correct. I did this intentionally.
Any option defeated by the default option is a "bad choice" at the
time of this election.
> Other comments on the draft:
> - Please use either tabs or spaces consistently. ;-)
I don't notice this much, but I'll give try running the next draft
through col -bx.
> - Not handling general (non int-1) supermajority ratios would be
> silly. As long as it will be understood that the n in n:1
> need not be a whole number, there's no problem. But it might
> be better to mention this possibility explicitly.
Uh... can you express what the ambiguity is? [I've only got a few
moments here for a reply, I'll try figuring this one out tomorrow.]