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public:gsoc:votecounter [2020/02/05 04:55]
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public:gsoc:votecounter [2020/02/05 14:34] (current)
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 We need to do something. We need to do something.
  
-**Your job**\n+**Your job**\\
 Your job is to design and implement an universal tool that can be trusted by everybody to help with voting, counting and reporting in any election. Your job is to design and implement an universal tool that can be trusted by everybody to help with voting, counting and reporting in any election.
  
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 It will also have a backend that can be written in anything, but it must be scalable. For example, a PHP backend is a non-starter. Think of using a massively scalable cloud service as the core of your backend. Remember that your application will have an extremely high usage during a short period of time and then it's over.  It will also have a backend that can be written in anything, but it must be scalable. For example, a PHP backend is a non-starter. Think of using a massively scalable cloud service as the core of your backend. Remember that your application will have an extremely high usage during a short period of time and then it's over. 
  
 +[[https://​www.theatlantic.com/​technology/​archive/​2020/​02/​bad-app-not-russians-plunged-iowa-into-chaos/​606052/​|Interesting read]].
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 +Finally, this system is not supposed to replace paper. We need the paper trail. It's essential. ​
  
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