Fw: Welcome Message updated draft REVISITED

From: Ed Kennedy <ekennedyx_at_yahoo_dot_com>
Date: Sat May 01 2004 - 22:08:04 CDT

Hello All:

    Here's the latest revised welcome message. I've added a few of the
suggested changes and I urge everyone interested to take the opportunity
this reposting presents to also add their revisions. As Arthur is probably
as busy as the proverbial one handed paper hanger at the moment, send your
suggestions to me and I'll try and compile them and then forward them to

Thanks, Ed Kennedy

----- Original Message -----
From: "Arthur Keller" <arthur@kellers.org>
To: <voting-project@lists.sonic.net>
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2004 12:34 AM
Subject: [voting-project] Welcome Message updated draft

> The following text will be added to the welcome message. Thanks.
> Best regards,
> Arthur
> This list, maintained by Arthur Keller <arthur@kellers.org>, is for
> those participating in the project to develop a PC-based voting
> machine with a voter-verifiable ballot. Here's general information
> for the list you've subscribed to, in case you don't already have it:
> This list has been in existence since July 2003 and a great many
> issues have been discussed. First see our website,
> <http://www.openvotingconsortium.org/>. We've tried to summarize the
> discussions in a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
http://www.openvotingconsortium.org/faqs.htm Should you feel that your
questions have not been
> answered in the FAQ, you may wish to try accessing our searchable
> archive (see <http://gnosis.python-hosting.com/voting-project/>).
For those of you most interested in the technical issues, you may wish to
visit the EVM home page at http://evm2003.sourceforge.net/

All of these resources are also available under links at the Open Voting
Consortium web page mentioned above.

> your question is not covered or unclear there, feel free to write us
> at <voting-project@lists.sonic.net>. Please don't feel discouraged
> about these two simple requests. We're actually a sociable bunch but
> most all of us have day jobs and want to stay focused on the goal of
> moving forward on making available a practical, open-source,
> electronic voting system that prints a ballot the voter can verify, a
> system that we can all trust. Your opinions are always welcomed.
> --
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Received on Mon May 31 23:17:02 2004

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