11 April 2011

What Should Happen to e-Sword-users.org

From http://e-sword-users.org/users/node/4934

Which of the following should happen to e-Sword-users.org

  • Abandon the Website:                                                     6% (  8 votes) 
  • Run it as a one person owned and operated website:  28% (40 votes) 
  • Incorporate as a for-profit organization:                       3% (  4 votes) 
  • Incorporate as a non-profit organization:                    45% (64 votes) 
  • Find an organization to adopt it:                                  15% (22 votes) 
  • Something else:                                                               3% (4 votes)
Total votes: 142 

What should be done with e-Sword-users.org, and the domains it owns?

Abandon the site;   3 votes    3%
Run it as a one person owned and operated website;   28 votes 34%
Incorporate; 25 votes 30%
Find an organization to adopt it; 17 votes 20%
Something else;   8 votes   09%

Total votes: 81

Combined results:
  • Abandon the Website:                                                     4.93%   (11 votes) 
  • Run it as a one person owned and operated website:  30.49%   (68 votes) 
  • Incorporate as a for-profit organization:                        1.79%  (  4 votes) 
  • Incorporate as a non-profit organization:                    28.7%     (64 votes) 
  • Incorporate:                                                                  11.21%   (25 votes)
  • Find an organization to adopt it:                                  17.49%   (39 votes) 
  • Something else:                                                               5.38%   (12 votes) 
  • Combined Incorporate                                                  41.7%     (93 votes)
Total votes: 223
Votes cast as a percentage of possible votes: 0.8797% 
 
"Combined Incorporate" is the number of votes for "incorporate" from the eSword list poll, plus the number of votes for"incorporate as a non-profit" and "incorporate as a for-profit" in the e-Sword-users poll.
Due to the low number of votes, the results have no statistical significance, or reliability.
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