From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-31 16:23:52
At 01:29 PM 7/31/2002, David B. Held wrote:
>"Christophe Avoinne" <christophe.avoinne_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>> I don't know if I can vote. But if I have the right to do so, I vote :
>Are you 18 and registered in your state? ;) Seriously though, I think
>the intent is that anyone is allowed to vote, but the weight of the vote
>depends on the depth of the review. As such, if you wish for your
>vote to really "count", you might want to say a few things about why
>you vote that way.
For readers who aren't familiar with the way Boost formal reviews work,
Dave Held is correct. The Review Manager judges the weight of each vote
based on the rationale and analysis presented. Just a bare "yes" or "no"
is better than nothing, but only slightly.
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