Re: Communications of the ACM

From: David Mertz <voting-project_at_gnosis_dot_cx>
Date: Fri Oct 01 2004 - 09:58:52 CDT

>> Source availability and e-voting: an advocate recants
>> by Jason Kitcat.
>> A former proponent of requiring the availability of
>> e-voting system source code explains why he no longer
>> develops source-available e-voting software.
>> He raises serious questions that we must also address, but
>> we have already addressed some of these, and we ought to organize
>> our answer carefully and present it in response to Kitcat's comments.
> I'm still trying to get an account registered; I'll figure it out, and
> hopefully gain access to the article.

Oh... after an enormously unwieldy procedure, it appears my free
account doesn't actually do anything other than let the ACM create
better spam lists out of the info I provided. I just love these
commitments to secrecy of information :-(.

Can someone who is an ACM member with the right level of mojo send me a
copy of the Kitcat article? Or for that matter, I wouldn't mind seeing
Doug's, Mercuri/Camp's, or the others.
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