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After 4 days, the final voting results will be freely downloadable from this page forever, and we will calculate the winners using OpenSTV with the Meek STV method.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meek%27s_method#Meek.27s_method should be
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meek%27s_method#Meek

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up vote 8 down vote accepted

I just fixed it by adding an explicit anchor to the Wikipedia article, so that the old URL will lead to the correct section again.

I also fixed the redirect from Meek's method to Counting Single Transferable Votes so that just linking to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meek%27s_method without any section anchor will lead to the correct section.

In fact, this is what we really should do: just link to the redirect and let the Wikipedians take care of it at their end. (In particular, if anyone ever writes a stand-alone Wikipedia article on Meek's method, that's the URL where it'll go.) However, with the section anchor workaround I implemented, this is not quite as urgent an issue.

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