“We can do just about anything”.
I just love that attitude.
Thanks for your
help with Brit Williams, everything is a go – which proves – You
can do just about anything – Thanks AGAIN.
firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Ken Clark
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2000 1:22
RE: Flagging a smart card as voted prior to the CAST
But why not
place it in between those two points when the voter's hands are busy making
selections rather than pulling out voter cards
What part of
"the voter pulls the card out prior to it
flagging" [don't you understand]
you asked. What I don't understand why you think the
"voter's hands being busy" will stop them from pulling out the
voter card while the ballot is on the screen any more then their
hands being busy pressing the cast ballot button. It
doesn't matter when they yank the card; it only
matters that we flag the card before we record the vote.
harm in placing it long before the voter's finished" that you don't
one I do understand. The answer is the harm in committing
development resources to a project that will not increase our
revenues, that will further delay solving the problem properly with a
rewrite, and that will not solve the problem Jeff Hallmark reported to
the record, the current smart card driver is disaster. This was
mentioned in the message I attached. Its performance can be
increased 100-fold without resorting to
Can we not
multi-task and run this routine in the background?
can do just about anything.