It’s time to vote for your favorite names for one of Beauty and Dot.ca’s Eyases!
The polls are open! We received 90 wonderful name suggestions. The Rochester Falconcam’s Naming Committee evaluated all submissions and pared them down to 11 names in each of the three categories: male, female, and gender-neutral. (The committee had planned to narrow them down to 5 in each category, but there were just too many great suggestions!) Thank you to everyone who submitted names.
Three polls have been created for members of the Rfalconcam Forum to vote for their favorite in each category. One of the three eyases will be given the winning name from either the appropriate gender-specific poll or the gender-neutral poll, depending on which winner receives the most votes. For example:
The winner of the male name poll receives 30 votes.
The winner of the female name poll receives 20 votes.
The winner of the gender-neutral name poll receives 25 votes.
In this scenario, if the eyas is determined to be a male, it will receive the winning male name because it received more votes (30) than the gender-neutral name (25). However, if it is determined to be a female, it will receive the winning gender-neutral name because it received more votes than the female name (20).
You must be a member of the forum to be able to vote for a name. Join the forum now if you’d like to participate! Use this link to register:
A questionnaire will be sent to the email address you supply during registration. You must reply to this email in order to have your membership approved. Even if your answer to every question is “None of your %@#& business,” you must reply, or your membership cannot be approved.
If you are already a Forum member but don’t remember your password, use this link to reset it:
Once you have logged in to the Forum, use these links to vote:
Female Names: http://rfalconcam.com/forum/index.php?topic=10542.0
Gender-Neutral Names: http://rfalconcam.com/forum/index.php?topic=10543.0
The polls close at 10:24 am (EDT) on Thursday, June 13, 2013.
The numbers are really close. One or two votes could make a difference. Every vote will count. So to give everyone a chance to vote, the voting period is being extended an extra day. The polls close at 10 am (EDT) on Friday, June 14, 2013.