[E-voting] Open source voting system

Jason Kitcat jason at jasonkitcat.com
Sun Mar 24 22:54:39 GMT 2013

Hi Margaret

I hope that you are well.

I've been there myself before with the GNU.FREE e-voting system:

In the end I concluded it wasn't worth the effort, see:

Time and effort better spent on other things in my view!

All the best,

On 21 Mar 2013, at 17:38, Margaret McGaley <mmcgaley at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> It almost ten years (!) since I sent the original email that started
> this list. Hopefully the fact that there has been zero traffic here
> for a while means there are still some people who haven't bothered
> unsubscribing :)
> I'm in the very early stages of trying to set up a project to develop
> a Free and Open Source optical scan voting system. If you have any
> interest in getting involved (in whatever capacity), please contact me
> either on-list or directly. For those of you interested in my reasons,
> here's a brief explanation:
> I was recently invited to speak at a seminar on e-voting in South
> Africa to give the Irish case study. One of the themes that emerged
> from the event was that vendors often have too much power, and too
> little interest in democratic concerns. They charge exorbitant fees
> for an inadequate product and service. I feel that it is possible to
> produce a well-specified, reliable optical scan system which has the
> potential to provide some benefits in some democracies.
> I'd love to hear any comments or questions you might have,
> And thanks again for your contribution to the demise of the
> Nedap/Powervote system in Ireland,
> Margaret
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