Re: Communications of the ACM

From: Edmund R. Kennedy <ekennedyx_at_yahoo_dot_com>
Date: Fri Oct 01 2004 - 11:12:04 CDT

Hello David:

     When you get the article, consider putting it on
the new Wiki.

Thanks, Ed Kennedy

--- David Mertz <voting-project@gnosis.cx> wrote:

> >> 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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