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12:30 AM
@Mark Ireland uses PR-STV. Easy to use, complicated to understand and to implement. And we hand-count the votes. Often many times (this is how PR-STV works).
The last presidental election was interesting, because the result was obvious very early in the process, but it took hours to officially declare it.
 
1:21 AM
WOAH - unlimited photos in the cloud from Apple now.
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A: iCloud: How long are photos stored?

bmikeIn November 2013, Apple removed the limits on photo storage and other than hourly, daily and monthly upload limits - you can store as many photos in the cloud as you care to. http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/108911/5472 The throttle points are currently: 25,000 photos per month 10,000 photos ...

 
 
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3:28 AM
Not updated yet here:
This is kind of big, though, as far as I can tell.
 
 
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7:38 AM
@DanielLawson @bmike is it no longer true that iCloud stores new photos for thirty days? razorianfly.com/2013/11/09/… "… up to 25,000 photos per month, and have them stored in the cloud for 30 days. …".
support.apple.com/kb/HT4858 states "… no limit to the number of photos you can upload to My Photo Stream over time …" (emphasis added by me). I'm concerned about possible misinterpretations.
@bmike "unlimited photos in the cloud" could be interpreted as "unlimited storage" for photos, which would be almost incredible to me. If the change was this month (November) then it may be prudent to wait until some time in December before clarifying.
 
 
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2:06 PM
It's not clear that my reading of that text necessarily implies what I stated it does...
However, those seem like crazy limits to have on a rolling 30 day window that only retains 1000 photos at any one time.
 

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