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Voting for 2011 Contributors of the Year

 

Like last year, we are going to select contributor of the year by voting.

Voting is now in progress and will run until midnight December 31st (Eastern Time).

Voting is open to General Maintainers only. You have to be a General Maintainer to vote, and you have to be one to get voted for.

Here is a link to a list of all the General Maintainers:

www.poi-factory.com/pfu/general-maintainer-list

You vote for someone by clicking the button that says "Vote for This User" on their user profile page.

How you voted is not visible to other users, but a summary of people who've received votes is available on this page:

www.poi-factory.com/pfvote/summary

You only get to vote for one person; however you can change your vote if you decide to vote for someone else.

This discussion thread is the place to mention good things about your fellow users' contributions in 2011.

Don't be shy. If you have general maintainer stars, cast your vote today!

Jonathan

Well, that was quick!

Thanks, JM!

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nüvi 3790T | nüvi 775T | Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable ~ JFK

Done

JM wrote:

Don't be shy. If you have general maintainer stars, cast your vote today!

Jonathan

Lots of good choices this year

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1490LMT 1450LMT 295w

I would

I would have guessed there were a lot more general maintainers. Still, there's a lot to choose from. smile

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nüvi®3790LMT nüvi®3590LMT| We do not live in Igloo's, and do not ride to work on snow mobiles

~

Done smile

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Nüvi 255W born on 602117815/nüMaps Lifetime North America

BUMP

I see some general maintainers that do not have a vote yet.

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1490LMT 1450LMT 295w

There's a lot of folks...

...who deserve this honor; however, only one will win. Well, maybe two if there is a tie. Good luck everyone.

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It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible. ----George Washington

Good work

always needs a vote of appreciation! I'm going to vote right now! Happy New Year everyone!

Regards,

Norm

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Garmin Nuvi 650, Garmin eTrexLegend, Magellan 360

How do you pick ...

... From the BEST of the BEST of the BEST?

What a great site this is?

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Zumo 665, (2) Nuvi 765Ts & 1450LMT | 2005 Harley Road King, Black Cherry Pearl / Black Pearl

true

spokybob wrote:

I see some general maintainers that do not have a vote yet.

It could be because many who have been voted have only one vote, their own.

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Garmin 38 - Magellan Gold - Garmin Yellow eTrex - Nuvi 260 - Nuvi 2460LMT - Google Nexus 7

Vote

flaco wrote:
spokybob wrote:

I see some general maintainers that do not have a vote yet.

It could be because many who have been voted have only one vote, their own.

I didn't vote for myself.

ditto

ScottK1968 wrote:
flaco wrote:
spokybob wrote:

I see some general maintainers that do not have a vote yet.

It could be because many who have been voted have only one vote, their own.

I didn't vote for myself.

Great for you ScottK1968, I haven't voted yet but don't intend to vote for me, I feel there are other members more deserving of the recognition than myself.

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Garmin 38 - Magellan Gold - Garmin Yellow eTrex - Nuvi 260 - Nuvi 2460LMT - Google Nexus 7

Voting for yourself?

As JM can see who voted for whom, this would be highly embarrassing to vote for yourself.

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nüvi 3790T | nüvi 775T | Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable ~ JFK

2+2≠5

Juggernaut wrote:

As JM can see who voted for whom, this would be highly embarrassing to vote for yourself.

Embarrassing or not this how I saw it, shortly after the vote began 12 people had voted for 10 maintainers, what a coincidence.

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Garmin 38 - Magellan Gold - Garmin Yellow eTrex - Nuvi 260 - Nuvi 2460LMT - Google Nexus 7

.

I cannot see how that would correlate to voting for yourself. Am I missing something?

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nüvi 3790T | nüvi 775T | Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable ~ JFK

Agreed

Juggernaut wrote:

I cannot see how that would correlate to voting for yourself. Am I missing something?

I agree. What I imagine is that there are many deserving folks here in The Factory so in early balloting, many voters are voting for someone who had no votes until theirs was cast--there's nothing to imply to me that many are voting for themselves.

Now I'll confess. I do always vote in local/state/national elections but I sometimes pass by voting for some positions because I'm unfamiliar with the candidates for the office--and I don't want to dilute another voter's ballot who has studied the candidates and made an educated selection. I didn't vote for the COY last year and doubt that I will this year because I have a hard time deciding between POI creators, software gurus, general helpful folks, those who extracted useful information from Garmin and shared the results with us--e.g., rame1012 of .jcv file fame and whoever it was that found the same for the next map version--etc., etc. Sorry, JM, I hope most folks don't think like me and that we'll have active balloting and a great result.

Yep

Juggernaut wrote:

I cannot see how that would correlate to voting for yourself. Am I missing something?

We didn't vote for ourselves.

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nüvi®3790LMT nüvi®3590LMT| We do not live in Igloo's, and do not ride to work on snow mobiles

Closing in on the finish...

With only a couple more days remaining for this year's voting, I adjusted the voting summary page to show the leading vote getters.

www.poi-factory.com/pfvote/summary

So if you're a general maintiner and haven't voted yet, please take a moment to cast your vote for contributor of the year.

Also, it's not too late to change your vote if you've previously made a vote.

Jonathan

Oh What Pressure!

JM wrote:

Also, it's not too late to change your vote if you've previously made a vote.

Great, that's like going back and checking your answers on the SATs, wondering if you made the right choice, agonizing over whether to change your mind...

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The Moose Is Loose! nuvi 760

Every time I went back

and changed the answers, I was correct the first time.

Moose135 wrote:
JM wrote:

Also, it's not too late to change your vote if you've previously made a vote.

Great, that's like going back and checking your answers on the SATs, wondering if you made the right choice, agonizing over whether to change your mind...

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Nuvi 650 and 1350.

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