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  1. I want to set up a little website on a reasonably reliable host -- that's free, due to my minimal income -- to implement a calculator that tallies voters' orders of preference using a state-of-the-art algorithm (much better than the Ranked Choice Voting algorithm). The website won't store any data or transmit data to anyone (except it would of course send the results to the user who types or pastes in the votes). The site would be just one file, a php5 script that's about 60 kBytes. To use it, one member of the voting group pastes their orders of preference into the webpage's text field, and then clicks the "tally now" button... it would respond by tallying the results on the server side (using php code) and sending the results as a refreshed webpage. The webpage is just text with some color-coding, so the bandwidth consumed would also be tiny. I'm hoping the partners at Heliohost have the will and a way to spare me from the monthly logins... they seem unnecessary due to the negligible storage and bandwidth that my site would consume, and my free time is very limited. This website would not be for my personal benefit or profit. My goal is to teach the world about this voting system by letting people use it. This kind of system would have many benefits if used by democracies: It would minimize spoiling (Ranked Choice Voting does NOT eliminate spoiling, contrary to what many of its proponents claim), eliminate the need for primary elections, create a much stronger incentive for politicians to adopt policies similar to the majority-preferred policies they believe the voters themselves would collectively choose (if voters were able to vote directly on issues), end political polarization, reliably defeat extremists, and stabilize policies. In other words, the goal is to strengthen democracy and save the world. The reason that primitive voting methods (including Ranked Choice Voting) cause so many problems is that they count at most one majority. But the fact is, there's more than one majority when there are more than two candidates, and all of the head-to-head majorities of the complete round robin tournament can be counted given the voters' orders of preference. (The most widely used, most frequently used voting method -- the Robert's Rules procedure for voting on motions -- pays attention only to head-to-head majorities, which are based on relative preferences. But it's only halfway toward state-of-the-art because it works like a single-elimination tournament, not a round robin tournament. In other words, the Robert's Rules procedure counts only some of the head-to-head majorities: when there are N alternatives, it counts N-1 majorities to eliminate N-1 alternatives.) After counting all of the head-to-head majorities of the complete round robin, the best way to construct the order of finish is to process the majorities one at a time, from largest majority to smallest majority, placing each majority's more-preferred alternative ahead of their less-preferred alternative in the order of finish. The largest-to-smallest processing order is in accord with the heuristic that underpins majority rule: "The larger the number of people who think x is better than y, the more likely it is that x is better than y, all else being equal." I've attached a screenshot of part of the webpage (before the voters' orders of preference are typed in). The text in the screenshot provides some additional information about the voting method.
  2. To the those who complain when they get suspended for high server usage. Heliohost is a FREE and an AMAZING host that tries its best to provide unlimited hosting. If you do need more space and storage then maybe you should have hosted an Apache server or a windows IIS server (both free) on your own computer and then you can get all your resources to yourself. Then you would be able to see that what you are hosting is slowing down everybody's hosting accounts making them not able to appreciate this AMAZING FREE HOST. Sorry if this is harsh but Thank You.
  3. HelioHost username: alxb421(email alxb421@gmail.com) I was in the Tommy server The main domain was pearos.tk Thanks in advance
  4. Hi, I think that I have been incorrectly suspended. I have logged in last week and I don't think I've violated any terms. So far I only install wordpress in my website that I will use to write articles. Thanks Username: arrovi Server: Johnny Domain: arrovi.com
  5. Hi, I can't login to my account "munny". It was suspended. Then I requested its renewal. It was renewed, ok. But now I can't login and my password is correct. Then I try to change my password and I simply can't. Why is this happening. Can you check it to me, please?
  6. Please i need you to reopen my account, its harmless and contains no infringed contents. A. Username - Careline B. Domain - ourcustomercareline.heliohost.org C. Server - Johnny Thank you.
  7. Hello, I'd like to reactivate my account (website: https://englishup.heliohost.org | username: roguitar). I believe it was suspended by mistake. Thank you.
  8. Hi! When I try to connect to my files with the URL http://myusername.heliohost.org/cgi-bin/ I get an error saying that my account has been suspended for inactivity. The thing is that my account is not suspended and everything works fine if I log in to my control panel. What could be the problem? Thanks
  9. Hi, I'm using Heliohost from 2017. But this month I faced problem. I got an email stating that I have not logged in since last one month. I generally directly log into my CPanel. But Still I logged in into the heliohost.org at least thrice a month. Today my account got suspended and I have to reactive my account. So will you please let me know why I'm facing such a problem? Quoting a part of the mail: "Your hosting plan at HelioHost has been discontinued for inactivity. In order to keep your website active you must log into your control panel at least once every 30 days. The last time you logged in was 2018-04-28. All visitors to your domain(s) will now see an inactive page instead of your original content. " - Thanks, Rajarshi Bhadra
  10. Dear SysAdmins, First thanks for the services you provide, I had my account suspended, I don't believe this is for inactivity as I did logged in in a lot this month, it there a place to consult where I can identify the reason of suspension ? Thanks +M a. your HelioHost username : micou b. the server your account is on : tommy c. your HelioHost main domain : ahe.heliohost.org
  11. I got sidetracked for a while and didn't realise HelioHost suspends inactive accounts. Please unarchive my account, and thanks in advance!
  12. username: ozviat server: stevie domain: berey.heliohost.org I guess there should be a problem. It's a short time from previous suspension. I changed url of pages that may cause heavy load if others use it. The only user is myself.
  13. username:ozviat server : stevie domian: berey.heliohost.org As far as I know there's been very few traffic in my site recenty. I don't know why it's been suspended Thank you for your efforts.
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