IRV-Vote is a Perl/CGI script for conducting Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) elections and polls on the Web.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Unix|
Release Notes: This release fixes a minor bug for when the conf file contains carriage returns.
Release Notes: New scripts for tallying the votes using the Borda Count and Condorcet methods for comparison with IRV. Support for requiring voters to register. Minor enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Minor enhancements were made to the vote and tally scripts, allowing you to enforce one vote per voter, to control when polls open and close, and to hide the results until the polls close. These features are all optional.
Release Notes: This release includes minor enhancements to the tally script in that it now counts the eliminated candidates, prints the count on all reports, and prints the eliminated candidates on the summary report. The tie resolution logic when eliminating the weakest candidates was changed.
Release Notes: This release has minor bugfixes and enhancements. If there were candidates with the same name, but for different offices, this was a problem on the confirmation page; this has been fixed. The CGI method has been changed from GET to POST to hide all the votes. More puctuation is allowed in candidate names (:?!"();). New config options head_file, tail_file, and ballot_instructions_file allow better customization of the generated HTML. There are better configuration instructions in the README.