Re: question about "A PC-Based Open-Source Voting Machine"

From: Arthur Keller <voting_at_kellers_dot_org>
Date: Sun May 14 2006 - 22:29:47 CDT

Right now the software is for a fixed election. They could demo a
"mock" election with 4 computers and a (Postscript) printer. The
first 3 of these could be PCs or Macs. The fourth must be a PC.
They could write critiques of the system and how they would improve
it.

The software is available, although I'm not sure where the latest
version is. We'll figure that out and get you running copies well
before your class starts.

Best regards,
Arthur

At 10:37 PM -0400 5/14/06, Kenneth R. Foster wrote:
>thanks!
>
>The problem is the very short time (3 weeks of afternoons) and
>inexperience of students (high school kids). That rules out any
>sophisticated software development.
>
>Perhaps the kids could learn to use the software, figure out how to
>improve the interface, and adapt it to a demo "election". We have a
>commitment from a local museum for the Constitution to demo a
>project for visitors, and this might work well.
>
>Is the PC-based software available?
>
>regards, Ken Foster
>
>
>
>At 10:28 PM 5/14/2006, you wrote:
>>Dear Ken, thanks for your message. There are several projects that
>>could be done based on the software we developed.

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