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Bad PVS id in people.xml

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  • Ben Woosley
    This one s in people.xml. Bobby Jindal carries a PVS id (26879 ) which has apparently been retired and replaced
    Message 1 of 2 , May 1, 2010
      This one's in people.xml.  Bobby Jindal carries a PVS id (26879) which has apparently been retired and replaced (with 35481).

      -Ben


      On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 6:03 PM, Ben Woosley <ben.woosley@...> wrote:
      Just FYI, two issues I'm seeing:
      • Rolls from the keithpoole data source use a different naming scheme than we see elsewhere.  e.g. 'h16.xml' rather than '1987-h16.xml'. For congress 101, both sources are present, under the 2 different naming schemes.
      • Most senate bills missing for congress 101.  This is a bit odd because the roll data seems complete, while on the Blll side, there are many missing bills, including it seems the vast majority of Senate bills.  Congress 100 and 102 don't seem to have this problem
      -Ben

    • Ben Woosley
      Assuming you re getting this id from the Sunlight Labs data , I ve updated my fork
      Message 2 of 2 , May 1, 2010
        Assuming you're getting this id from the Sunlight Labs data, I've updated my fork, which should hopefully be pulled into mainline shortly.

        -Ben

        On Sat, May 1, 2010 at 9:01 PM, Ben Woosley <ben.woosley@...> wrote:
        This one's in people.xml.  Bobby Jindal carries a PVS id (26879) which has apparently been retired and replaced (with 35481).

        -Ben


        On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 6:03 PM, Ben Woosley <ben.woosley@...> wrote:
        Just FYI, two issues I'm seeing:
        • Rolls from the keithpoole data source use a different naming scheme than we see elsewhere.  e.g. 'h16.xml' rather than '1987-h16.xml'. For congress 101, both sources are present, under the 2 different naming schemes.
        • Most senate bills missing for congress 101.  This is a bit odd because the roll data seems complete, while on the Blll side, there are many missing bills, including it seems the vast majority of Senate bills.  Congress 100 and 102 don't seem to have this problem
        -Ben


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