[Inpycon] Missed call based voting system

Rejy M Cyriac rcyriac at redhat.com
Wed Sep 24 10:00:16 CEST 2014


On 09/24/2014 01:02 PM, Bibhas wrote:
> 
> On 09/24/2014 12:44 PM, Aravind Krishnaswamy wrote:
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>>
>> On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 12:39 PM, Bibhas <me at bibhas.in> wrote:
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>>> On 09/24/2014 12:25 PM, Aravind Krishnaswamy wrote:
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>>>> I could use some help testing the system.
>>>
>>> Just tried, works! But to implement this for each talk we need to
>>> have some kind of unique id for each talk or something similar?
>>
>> Like I mentioned in the original note, this is still basic. I'm
>> planning this just for the panel discussion voting this year, and just
>> for the audience to have fun.  And even that is only if a demo goes
>> smoothly as a lightning talk on the first day. If this works out well
>> and people like it, we can build on this for next year's conference
>> and add the ability to track it across multiple talks.
> 
> We can quickly do something like - have 2 numbers, one for each audi.
> And at the end of any session we ask people to give a missed call if
> they liked it. Then at the end of the day we can map the votes with the
> talks depending on the time of the missed call. Cons - no negative feedback.
> This is if we want to skip input for voting and only do missed call
> based voting.
> 

This is good for getting just the vote counts of 'like' and 'not-like'
in quickly. But we would still need a method to get verbose feedback
from the participants, *especially* when they did not like a session.
Otherwise we will not have any data to base improvements upon.

- rejy (rmc)

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>> -A
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