Naturally, if you do not find the allocation of preferences on either ticket to your satisfaction, you should modify them to best represent your interests. belowtheline.org.au allows you to fully customise a preference allocation before polling day to make sure your vote counts the way you want it to. Numbering 84 boxes requires some stamina but technologists are certainly doing their democratic bit to help you out!
Authorised by John Goldbaum, 7 Rockwall Crescent, Potts Point NSW 2001.
Here’s a brilliantly constructed survey I was sent from FamilyVoice Australia. Apparently you get 10 points for answering “Yes definitely”, 2 points for answering “definitely not”, 1 point for “no comment” and no points for not answering. From the very first question I could tell that this was not going to be a highscore entry for me.
I’ve been writing a lot of UI code lately, and one of the bread-and-butter operations in UI code is toggling boolean state, usually in response to a button press. Now, what does toggling code look like?