The forums I've archived have at least one message with at least one of
the terms "center squeeze", "Condorcet", "d'Hondt", "favorite betrayal",
"monotonicity", "Range voting", "Ranked Pairs", Sainte Lague", "Schulze
method" or "Score voting".
@Jack-Waugh I found the setting and just did it! I can and will change it back though. This can be something we talk about at the next meeting since it's not an urgent need. I can see pros and cons both ways.
@jack-waugh There is the category "Voting Methods", which splits into "Single-winner" and "Multi-winner", but "New Voting Methods and Variations" isn't similarly split, which seems asymmetrical. But I'm not sure if the new and existing methods need to be split from each other anyway.
@jack-waugh Is there some reason you are particularly concerned? Seems like it would be easy enough to uninstall if there are problems. Given the low number of active users I wouldn't worry that much about the risk. It appears to be a simple plug in, the vast bulk of the work being done by katex.js.
@toby-pereira I imagine that this forums users would not be happy with a tool that only allowed Plurality!
My hope is that the code the Equal Vote Software Dev team is working on will be able to be used for that. Right now the beta version is almost done and it currently supports Plurality, Approval, STAR, RCV, Ranked Robin, and STAR-PR. We're working on visual design and word-smithing now.