Re: OVC's free/open-source voting software

From: Jason White <jason_at_jasonjgw_dot_net>
Date: Fri Dec 12 2008 - 17:27:53 CST

On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 11:36:53AM -0500, Nathan Adams wrote:
 
> Waiting for the a start-up contract (for several years now) to begin work on
> the production/reference system doesn't sound very wise. The design is
> already in place, and we don't need start-up funds to manage an open-source
> project.

True, as long as there are developers willing to contribute to it.
>
> This project has no Git repository. If you are the project lead, you should
> probably give it one by using the *ff init* command. This command will allow
> you to clone an upstream Git repository, or to create one from a source
> directory on your local filesystem.
> Shall we start a production/reference implementation project at Launchpad?

Good idea.

A Git repository would be ideal, since Git can be used to sign tagged releases
with GNUPG keys, and every checkout of the repository includes the entire
revision history.

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