Re: FAQ #1

From: Jan Karrman <jan_at_it_dot_uu_dot_se>
Date: Wed Dec 03 2003 - 13:41:50 CST

On Wed, 3 Dec 2003, Alan Dechert wrote:

> >
> > In addition, programmers from all over the world are always interested in
> > interesting problems to solve. Creating a valid voting system is an
> > interesting problems. I would like to hear from some of our international
> > contributors to see what they have to say about this.
> >
> Oh, and I just thought of this:
>
> France gave us the Statue of Liberty. Sweden gave us Jan Karrman.
>

Wow! Well, thanks, (*blushing*).

Having heard about the problems at the 2000 presidential elections, I
figured you guys could need a helping hand. ;-)

Joking aside, I agree with what Alan wrote in his first mail on this.
When I joined the project, I saw (and still see) the possibility to
use this system outside the U.S. as well. I also find it exciting to
be part of a project that has the possibility to make a difference.

Also, considering the U.S. role in international affairs, this makes it
important outside the U.S. as well, that fair elections are being held
there (humbly making myself spokesman for the rest of the world... ;-).

/Jan
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