[E-voting] Commmision on Electronic Voting receives over 150public submissions

Casey, Dermot (GE Consumer Finance) Dermot.Casey at ge.com
Wed Mar 31 12:34:53 IST 2004

Third piece of information - who's making the claim

1. Origination of submission {Organisation/ Author etc}
2. Supporting the Minister (YES/NO)
 { this is easier to guage than supporting ICTE position}
3. Basis of claims
 { specifically additional claims to those made by ICTE }

Also rather than trying to read everything why not bring a DIGITAL CAMERA....

You can copy each of the pages (or the relevant bits) and upload to website
{given the size of ICTE submission 30 pages to size of some other submissions 5 pages
 assume average of 10 pages per sumbission which might be too high
 we're talking about 1500+ pages to review here}



>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: e-voting-bounces at lists.stdlib.net
>>[mailto:e-voting-bounces at lists.stdlib.net]On Behalf Of Dr J Pelan
>>Sent: 31 March 2004 12:20
>>To: Neil Walsh
>>Cc: e-voting at lists.stdlib.net
>>Subject: Re: [E-voting] Commmision on Electronic Voting receives over
>>150public submissions
>>On Tue, 30 Mar 2004, Neil Walsh wrote:
>>> If no-one else volunteers, then I should be able to do it. Obviously
>>> though I won't be able to read through all 150 of them :)
>>IMHO, it would be useful to extract two pieces of information 
>>(and which
>>hopefully won't take too long) - namely;
>>1) Number of submissions supporting the system (& authors, 
>>time permitting) 
>>2) The basis of the arguments in support.
>>Of course, the outcome of the commission is what is relevant 
>>but we can 
>>engage in some informed speculation in the meantime.
>>John P.
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