RE: What OVC does not address

From: Arnold Urken <aurken_at_stevens_dot_edu>
Date: Fri Apr 16 2004 - 16:01:30 CDT

Doug Jones said

All of us, however, are free to advocate changes on our own, and
merely by not offering a pure DRE without paper trail, we are
taking a not-too-subtle advocacy position. It is because of that
that we can't afford to complicate the picture with other
advocacy.

> Agreed, but there is a difference between individual advocacy and
professional analysis of the implications of using different voting
methods. The difference is related to issues OVC is concerned about such
as security in the voting process. Each voting includes different
challenges to setting up and implementing verification and auditing.
These challenges demand an analytical response that may be quite
different from what we might advocate individually off of the OVC pages.

Arnie
 

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