Re: Any other OVC contributors/targets?

From: Jan Karrman <jan_at_it_dot_uu_dot_se>
Date: Thu Oct 28 2004 - 01:58:55 CDT

On Wed, 27 Oct 2004, Alan Dechert wrote:

> If you go to this page, you can see page requests per day.

It's not there yet, but there should be quite an increase for Oct 27,
after the Link of the Day from (didn't anyone else

  VOTING IN THE OPEN: But not in the sense of revealing your choice!
  "Open" as in using Open Source to show how your eVoting software
  operates. The Open Voting Consortium is a non-profit organization
  dedicated to "the development, maintenance, and delivery of open
  voting systems for use in public elections." It's OSS, it's free,
  and it isn't Diebold. EXCELLENT!

I checked the statistics for how many tried the web demo ballot.
Yesterday there were 180 ballots cast - typically it is less than 10
(the peak when we were SlashDotted was 437). Also, 174 continued to
generate the paper ballot (PS, PDF, or JPEG), and 70 downloaded the
corresponding audio file.

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