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Is there any rational criteria how a nomination goes from "in queue" to "in voting"?

HopeaKotka-INGHopeaKotka-ING Posts: 29 ✭✭

Noticed today that one nomination that is only 5 days old is already "in voting":

but then there are several almost 2 years old nominations that are still "in queue":


Would assume that oldest nominations are handled first.

But this seems like there may be even a bug how nominations are moved to "in voting" because I have 90 nominations that are "in queue" and most of them are 0.5-1.5 years old. Unless it is just a random order how nominations are handled.

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  • Elijustrying-INGElijustrying-ING Posts: 1,258 ✭✭✭✭✭

    It depends on the S2 cells that the nominations are in.

    If the older ones are in cells ( forget the level of cell) that already have nominations in voting and not resolved then they block yours from moving to in voting status. The idea is that one area can’t flood the voting pool, but when voting is very slow and something is stuck it grinds to a halt.

    You should be able to free them up by gaining upgrades and pushing them through.

  • niktero-PGOniktero-PGO Posts: 242 ✭✭✭✭

    Once one nomination enters voting, then without upgrades, no other nomination may enter voting that is in the same lv 17 cell or any of the eight cells surrounding that one. This helps reduce the chance two duplicate nominations will be in voting at the same time. Your nominations from two years ago are likely in areas where someone else has something nearby already in voting and has waited years to get approved.

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