Re: Re[2]: Touch screens and wxPython

From: Arthur Keller <arthur_at_kellers_dot_org>
Date: Tue Dec 02 2003 - 13:48:38 CST

It is not both anonymous and authenticating. Current voting processes do both.

And most importantly, there is no voter verifiable ballot, which is
why we're doing this work in the first place.

Besides, everyone I know hates those menu based phone systems. And
it can get frustrating when there are 30 decisions to make on an
election ballot, some with up to a dozen candidates. That's what
ballots are often like in California, famous for its numerous
propositions. Or a governor's race with over 100 candidates.


At 11:33 AM -0800 12/2/03, Paul Kostick Jr. wrote:
>Using the most common Input terminal in the world today would also encourage
>the largest voter turn out as well as save Millions of dollars in terminal
>The telephone is that device and is completely secure.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Alan Dechert" <>
>To: <>
>Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 11:08 AM
>Subject: Re: Re[2]: [voting-project] Touch screens and wxPython
>> Matteo,
>> > I think stylus could be a good choice even for the "real world"
>> > version.....
>> >
>> I agree. One of the complaints about using touch screens is that someone
>> has to wipe each of them down several times during the course of the day.
>> Using a stylus could avoid this issue.
>> Alan D.

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