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RobS has made several allegations that I used sock accounts to fraudulently skew the mod elections in favor of me for the seemingly unusual purpose of beating out DickTurpis. Now I know we all have a good laugh at Robs idiocy so I don't take him seriously but i have a question, is there anyway to match users to votes?

Aceace02:31, 27 September 2011

That would violate secret ballot. However, I have brought up that listing who voted, without matching votes to names, would not violate that condition, and would be possible to do. I think it even that would warrant some discussion, though. Here in the States voting records are public, so there is that precedent.

DickTurpis (talk)02:45, 27 September 2011
 

The database stores who voted (to only allow people to vote once, obviously) - I don't remember how, but I think it's chronological, and if so it's possible.

-- Nx / talk02:59, 27 September 2011

Its not really important. This is second time I have seen Rob accuse me of sock puppetry in order to swing the mod votes so just having a giggle with his strange idea.

Aceace03:04, 27 September 2011
 
 
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