Re: Vote taking software
On Thu, 27 Aug 1998, Darren Benham wrote:
> The only problem I've found that I need to work on is handling bounced mail.
> Since the vote ack is sent back to the email address in the PGP keyring, if
> that email address is wrong, the ack bounces back to the vote software which
> tries to process it as a vote again. Since the bounce isn't PGP signed, it
> gets rejected (even though the vote itself was accepted) and the voter thinks
> his vote was rejected because of a false PGP signal. I think an Errors-To:
> firstname.lastname@example.org would take care of that.
Are we going to be configuring this on vote.debian.org? That was you can
do something like:
The ack replies would be formed in such a was as to set the from address
to be the votemaster and then bounces will be directed safely away from
the vote taking software.
I don't know if the list software needs the mail aliases for each vote
taking places so email@example.com might be ok. We could also put up a
web site on vote.debian.org describing what votes are currently running
and recording past vote results, etc.