Did you ever ask yourself how many voters participated in the 2000
ICANN at large election?
Over the past 1 year I worked together with Stefan Triessnig and Daniel Botz on putting a WIKI-style database online, where everybody can document e-voting uses, trials, etc.
We have come with more than 228 E-Voting uses in our database. Currently it’s mainly European-focused, so we need the help of the US-community to include your continent’s experience in e-voting as well.
You can use the website in many ways. If you want information on a country?s
experiences just add the top level domain to the URL so i.e. http://db.e-voting.cc/DE for Germany.
If you want to stay up to date, you can subscribe to the RSS-Feed at http://db.e-voting.cc/feed/site-changes.xml
At the VOTE-ID-2007 conference I had a paper with the first analysis of the db’s data. you can download it here.
I’m happy to receive feedback on this initiative at firstname.lastname@example.org