Re: [alac] RESULT: ALS #24 - African Youth Foundation
- To: Vittorio Bertola <vb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [alac] RESULT: ALS #24 - African Youth Foundation
- From: Jacqueline Morris <jam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 13:16:37 -0400
THere was a brief moment over Christmas when the Internet in TRinidad
went a bit wonky, so the email may have been lost in that time... That
was the only one of mine lost, though.
Anyway - Good idea
I did a brief search and came up with:
# e-mail election- http://emailelection.com/
# VoteAgent - http://www.voteagent.com/
# Free Referenda & Elections Electronically (FREE) - open source
system for conducting electronic votes - http://www.thecouch.org/free/
# eVote - voting software designed to be used in conjunction with the
Majordomo electronic mailing list system. http://www.deliberate.com/
There are more, but we can start with these?
On 1/4/06, Vittorio Bertola <vb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Il giorno mer, 04-01-2006 alle 12:42 -0400, Jacqueline Morris ha
> > Hi
> > I voted yes on this...
> I think we do need an automated voting system with receipts :-)
> Maybe ICANN would be available to fund it? I would be happy to
> contribute requirements (for free of course...), it would be a trivial
> project for a junior developer and perhaps it could be released as free
> software to other "online democracy" projects.
> Also there might already be useful tools freely available (I remember
> that Elizabeth Porteneuve used to run some email-based software for GNSO
> vb. [Vittorio Bertola - v.bertola [a] bertola.eu.org]<-----
> http://bertola.eu.org/ <- Prima o poi...
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