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  1. § Gregory Miller Email said on :
    Joe, a "tour de force" on this matter, blog acknowledgment on our site this evening. Well done.
  2. § Neal McBurnett Email said on :
    Thanks, Joe. See also my 2003 submission on disclosed source (http://bcn.boulder.co.us/~neal/elections/disclosure.html) to NIST's 1st Symposium on Building Trust and Confidence in Voting Systems (http://vote.nist.gov/posstatementurls.html)

    I'm very glad to see this move from Sequoia, and have seen a draft of a version 2 of their license, so I'm very hopeful that we can work with them to address the sorts of issues raised here and elsewhere. In particular, I hope the XSL data format schemas will be will be available for customization and reuse by anyone - that would help interoperability.

    I hope others will chime in with good ideas.
  3. § joe® Email said on :
    Thanks, Greg!

    Absolutely, Neal! I'd love to see version 2 and I'm very glad Sequoia is so engaged and committed to this.
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