[Baypiggies] Helios Voting and other strategies
spmcinerney at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 6 19:39:44 CET 2010
Rick - since time is a big issue for you, just fork out the $20 for
SurveyMonkey already (up to 1000 responses),
that's what I did when I did the member survey in 2005.
SurveyMonkey gives you tons more functionality:
Then download the results and cancel your subscription after the event.
SSL costs an extra $9.95/mo with them:
I know nothing about Helios Voting.
> Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2010 09:22:09 -0800
> From: kenobi at gmail.com
> To: baypiggies at python.org
> Subject: [Baypiggies] Helios Voting and other strategies
> Has anyone here used Helios Voting (http://www.heliosvoting.org)? It
> appears to be written to run on top of Django. It claims to be "the
> ﬁrst web-based, open-audit voting system," which sounds like sheer
> goodness to me. Naturally the author reports very satisfied users,
> and there is a USENIX security paper to go with it. I'm trying to get
> a fuller picture.
> I need to host a voting application in about a month with about 1000
> voters, and candidates for three offices. SurveyMonkey is limited to
> 100 votes for free. (Perhaps we should just go pay the extra.) I saw
> some commercial site that would charge us about 64 cents per
> registered voter.
> We haven't put up the money for an SSL certificate yet, and thus don't
> run HTTPS yet. We're on a shared Linux server that hosts our domain;
> I don't have root access. We've talked about migrating to a VM; I had
> designs of putting Django on it, but have run out of personal free
> time and resources to pull this off.
> I'm open to suggestions, comments about Helios, etc.
> --Rick Kwan
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