PPG Voting

Brian Walters supera1000 at fastmail.fm
Tue Oct 6 17:34:06 EDT 2009


Thanks for that, Jack.  I assumed that there must be some formula used
but I must have missed your earlier post on the subject.  I don't know
if that is still the method used but it sounds reasonable.

One thing I'm unsure of when voting is how to deal with images where the
submitter has obviously not read the submission criteria.  For example,
the rules clearly state that "The PENTAX Photo Gallery does not
currently support photos with non-standard aspect ratios (eg. panoramic
photos)" but I still come across plenty of panoramic submissions.  I
usually just give these a thumbs down on the basis that the submitter(s)
should at least have read the rules, but some of the images are quite
good.  What do others do with these?


Cheers

Brian

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Brian Walters
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On Tue, 06 Oct 2009 10:49 -0700, "Jack Davis" <jdavisf8 at yahoo.com>
wrote:
> Since we are on the subject of PPG voting, I'll, again, pass along what a
> Pentax rep. told me about the process some time back.
> 
> "If an image receives 20 NO votes before the image receives a total of 60
> votes (both YES & NO), the image is auto "Declined."
> If an image receives a total of 60 votes (both YES & NO) and the 60 votes
> is comprised of fewer than 20 NO votes, the image is referred to the
> judges for disposition."
> 
> I have not asked the question in some time, so have no way of knowing if
> this system is still in place.
> 
> Jack
> 
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