Subject: Re: Software as a public service
From: Seth Johnson <seth.johnson@RealMeasures.dyndns.org>
Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 11:10:02 -0400


Robin 'Roblimo' Miller wrote:
> 
> There's also been some talk about how, here in Florida, all software
> written or bought by state, county and municipal agencies might need to
> be released under the state's "sunshine laws," which say *all* speech
> and writing by public officials can be viewed by almost anyone who asks.
> The only exception is personnel records...


. . . certainly the voting software should . . .

:-)


Seth



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