Re: [OVC-demo-team] BRP Mockups

From: Eron Lloyd <elloyd_at_lancaster_dot_lib_dot_pa_dot_us>
Date: Fri Feb 27 2004 - 15:34:20 CST

Hi Alan,

On Friday 27 February 2004 1:51 am, Alan Dechert wrote:
> Ballot Verification Witness
>
> I think this should probably be Ballot Verification Witness Sign in. The
> witnesses should be prompted to enter a password

Alright, I'll add a login prompt button for each of them. Was I correct in
having an authenticated third "operator" person (so three people would be
involved in this process)?

> Paper Ballot Scan Count
>
> I don't think you need the "Add Ballot" button. When the barcode is
> scanned, a crlf is automatically added.

True. Making sure that people know that this field needs to have focus is
important as well. I'll try to reinforce that.

> Load Vote Station Data
>
> The list of voting machines should appear (there might be 6 - 8 at a
> precinct) before the disks are inserted. We should clearly see what
> machines we have yet to receive the disk from. You have a status column
> for each machine and that's fine, but maybe we should have a status for
> this process that says something like "x disks to be read" which would
> change to "Done" when all the disks have been read.

Yes, the table will have each machine listed already, with a status flag of
loaded/not loaded. How about a label at the top with that information as
well?

> After the last screen (Compare Ballots), we probably want a sign out screen
> that says, "The procedure was completed as prescribed" [something like
> that] and the witnesses are again prompted to enter their passwords.

Ah, I remember you mentioning that. Will add it now.

Thanks,

Eron

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Eron Lloyd
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Lancaster County Library
elloyd@lancaster.lib.pa.us
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