I just saw an interesting post --

The video linked to on http://www.blog.wired.com in Kim Zetter's
"Threat Level" blog, there is a video describing the software
used to provide open access to ballots after an election. The
software used for this system is an open-source system written
in Python. Turns out they found election system failures in
California's Humboldt County using this software. It also turns
out that the failure was not large enough to change the result of
any of the races or propositions this time.

By Kim Zetter's blog for 8-Dec-08 entitled
"Unique Transparency Program Uncovers Problems with Voting Software"

--Scott David Daniels
Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org

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