- Apr 7, 2014
If you read the OP it already more or less works like this, I am sure it can be refined, but the proposals are ordered by percentage of approval so something that gets 80% approval would have higher priority than something that gets 55% approval as an example.I think this gets really ugly with a simple yes/no vote. Maybe the runoff for priority will be something like this with the 10 highest and 1 lowest:
So lets say there is only funding for the ProjectA and ProjectB. ProjectC was still voted in as a yes on the first vote so it will be put in a queue and will start when the funding is open.
There could be something in place where the project owner could reject their project and submit again with a different funding amount.