voting

Brent Turner of the California Association of Voting Officials (CAVO) talks with us about the unfortunate trend for vendors to "openwash" their offerings; that is, to misrepresent proprietary products as if they were open source, with the intent of making them more appealing.
4 comments Posted 31 Mar 2015 by Luis Ibanez Feed
The pernicious effects of closed proprietary software reaches its peak of damaging the general public when it obscures the voting process in democratic elections. If there is one area in which the public interest calls for absolute transparency of the software and hardware used for performing data... Read more
2 comments Posted 5 Mar 2015 by Luis Ibanez Feed
open source democracy
There's a new twist on election day—giving feedback on your voting experience.  U.S. citizens voting in today's election can share what it was like at their polling location using MyFairElection.
0 comments Posted 6 Nov 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Linux.com t-shirt finalists
Last month, we reported that the Linux Foundation launched its annual t-shirt design contest by asking Tux fans around the world to submit ideas for new threads "inspired by freedom." Nearly 100 entries flooded in, and a committee has just completed the difficult work of selecting five finalists.... Read more
3 comments Posted 22 Jun 2012 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
» After you vote, discuss this topic in-depth on the article, Building a positive meritocracy: It's harder than it sounds or in the comments below.
6 comments Posted 27 Sep 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
» After you vote, discuss this topic in-depth on the article, Building a positive meritocracy: It's harder than it sounds or in the comments below.
6 comments Posted 27 Sep 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed