Just a very short post today, to inform you of three things.
First, as I think I have mentioned in the past, Cardiff and Edinburgh Universities are jointly running an open online course on the devolved elections. It’s free, and anyone can sign up here. It started today, but if you sign up soon you shouldn’t miss anything. There is even available a video of me talking people through how the voting system for the Welsh Assembly election actually works – including the dreaded D’Hondt fomula. (That should be a crowd-pleaser…).
Second, many of you will already have seen the WalesVote16.com app that we launched a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately when we launched it there was not a Welsh-language version available. Ymddiheuriadau am hynny. However, we now have full, bi-lingual functionality installed. If you are using a desktop machine, like me, just go to the top-right of the screen and you can toggle between the two languages. Felly, cer amdani!
Third – after an unfortunate hiatus, the Comment facility appears to be working again on the blog. Apologies for the problems, which I hope are now resolved.