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Votes on a Community Challenge come to a draw, what should we do?

I think that if two answers score the same amount of votes by the end of the selection phase, both answers should be picked. This would require a small change to the current selection text: At the ...
Peilonrayz's user avatar
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Your vote matters!

I made my own query using SEDE. It looks at votes cast per person (no matter when they were cast). If you know how long the site has been around, you could calculate average votes per day. It's an ...
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Why vote for Code Review questions?

On other Stack Exchange/Stack Overflow sites, voting is used as a form of quality control. High quality questions get lots of votes and are seen by many, low quality questions get negative scores and ...
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Votes on a Community Challenge come to a draw, what should we do?

One possible way to avoid this situation is for the author of the question not to vote until seconds before accepting an answer. You only need one person to break the tie after all, and all votes ...
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Why vote for Code Review questions?

As you surmise, the quality of the description plays a large part in deciding how to vote on a question: Is the requirement (problem statement) clear and concise, with appropriate mention of any ...
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Votes on a Community Challenge come to a draw, what should we do?

I posted the chain drive challenge, which is currently almost tied for first place, so I'm biased but: There are a lot of good challenge suggestions this time, and I'm tempted to try almost all of ...
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