A project to create an open source voting system
Due to the overwhelming amount of evidence of fraud within the electronic voting process, I feel tht it is time to make an open sourced voting system that is as close to bullet proof as possible. To start this process off, I will be gathering system requirements from various concerned groups. Once requirements have been gathered, a decision on software and hardware specifications will be made.
The purpose of this project is to create an open and transparent standard format in XML for trust metric data and aggregate contribution calculation.
An open system empowering individual citizens to vote on legislation passed by their respective governments, including a robust framework by which the integrity of the system, citizen user accounts and their votes may all be independently verified.
Parademo - a parallel democray, is an academic project to investigate if computer technology can help to improve the voting process of our democracies. The project website is http://www.parademo.org
sourcecode of the Partito Pirata project
This project is related to the Partito Pirata source code issueHere we host the development and sharing of the source code of the production into the Partito Pirata project. Every single bit in terms of information and source code will be available here for free
Automatic email petitioner for the Australian Federal Government.
Petitioner is a CGI application written in Python that lets users create and send petitions to multiple members of parliament at once. Petitions are saved to a unique link that can be shared. Every time someone follows that link, a petition will be sent to the selected MPs.
Quiztastic is an open source web based quiz administration system with a flex front end and a java backend.
Google Desktop Gadget inspired by the 'Change the Web Challenge' and an application of the Social Actions API. Takes advantage of the Social Actions API, an open database of 60,000+ actions from over 40 action sources. See www.socialactions.com.
Fork of votesystem. Produce a secure, auditable and simple implementation of the Single Transferable Vote [STV] Sequential Elimination [SE] method otherwise known as Meek's Method. This is used for some Local Body elections in New Zealand.
Sistema de Votação Eletronica
Sistema de Votação Eletronica para Windows
Software Voting over a Network
VoteCounter is a distributed voting program which can handle multiple clients over a network. VoteCounter is written in Java, and so it is very portable; VoteCounter's input is an XML file specifying posts to be voted for and nominees contesting them, and it's output is a human-readable tally of votes for each nominee, making it easy to use and customize. VoteCounter is still under development, but is ready to use for small elections. Help is welcome! VoteCounter is authored by Shardul C.
A tool for exploring records of nominative votes in various legislatures. Currently, it includes just one legislature -- the US Congress -- and one simple visualization. (Code for CPython and Jython.)
A web-based system to assign a set of known persons anonymous ids, such that every person only receives one id. The ids cannot be mapped to the corresponding persons afterwards.
A Python implementation of a network polling program. A school Project at The Evergreen State College.
Lobbiest Data Analysis. Analysis of publically available data from the FEC and other sources. Production of "top 10 dirtiest politicians" web site. Click on the develop tab to find out how you can help.
Little statistic for livejournal post's
Software that allows secure citizen voting online
The purpose of this software is to provide the critical key to creating a direct democracy by designing software which can, with a great amount of confidence by the citizens, be used to vote on politicians and other items of interest to the citizenry.
A platform for user recommendations
Web tool for taking decisions in groups with no moderators
Meetings usually are unbearable. People spend a lot of time listening things in which they are not interested or they knew yet. Most of the people don't have any chance to speak, and moderators can bend the debate to their own interests. New technologies offer the ability to improve this, but how? The ideal tool would let every user adds their opinions and proposals. It would order all of them in a frame easy to follow. It wouldn't need any moderator. And finally, the ideal tool would be very easy to use. With all those objectives this web tool has been designed. It is very similar to a forum. The differences are: the system distinguishes between opinions and proposals, each proposal can be voted and shows a voting box, the proposals are ordered in a folder-like frame maintained by the users themselves, opinions are in a pull-down panel under every proposal. With these features, whatever debate can be express by means of this tool.