palantir wrote:Also, it might influence the votes.
Biev wrote:That's a good point. Though it would stop people voting for themselves, which is a pet peeve of mine
drathan wrote:It wouldnt be any different than how it is now: there would be a nomination period where registered comic authors vote online, and at the end of that period, everything would be revealed: not just who won a spot, but also who voted for who. This would still bring absolute transparency to the process, but it wouldnt create "trends" that affected voting, and it would not kill the suspense.
davidcsimon wrote:If we know that our votes are going to become public, then we are more likely to cast our vote for the purpose of pleasing others, rather than as a result of our own convictions. We might be less willing to vote for comics which are unpopular or contraversial, we might vote for certain comics which make us look like intelligent/informed/down-to-earth readers when in truth we don't actually read them. We might even negotiate vote-exchanges with other participants, aware that we can later check to make sure they voted for us in return for us voting for them.
davidcsimon wrote:We might be less willing to vote for comics which are unpopular or contraversial
drathan wrote:and without incentive to make our votes seem smart, well, there's a free pass to vote stupid. Neither choice is perfect, but which is better?
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