Droop is an open-source software framework for counting STV elections. It is currently hosted at GitHub.

Droop is a project of the PR Foundation. We’ll have more to say about Droop as it develops; for now the Droop source code is available for browsing, along with wiki documentation.


3 Responses to Droop

  1. John Pyke says:

    Hi guys. The latest version of Droop that I can find is still on Google Code. Not being a coder myself, I haven’t looked at it in any detail but I’m wondering what its status is before I recommend it to my friends (and son) who are coders. Is it still a good workable version, or have you kept updating it somewhere else? And would it work for a State-wide election where there are a couple of million voters?

    John Pyke, Vice-Pres, Proportional Representation Society of Australia

  2. Stu says:

    401: Anonymous users does not have storage.objects.get access to google-code-archive/v2/code.google.com/droop/downloads-page-1.json.

    if this is only for friends and stuff, don’t advertise as it is a real and available software to use..

  3. jlundell says:

    OK, finally: moved to GitHub.

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