Re: Denied vote and the definition of a DD
On Sat, 19 Mar 2005 22:21:25 +0100, Frank Küster <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com (va, manoj)> wrote:
>> b) show me, in person, two picture ID's issued by a governemt
>> that demonstrate who you are, and match the signed the signed
>> picture in a)
> Why two ID cards?
Because that is the criteria I use to sign keys -- and I
figure that the least I can do before accepting ballots from
potential strangers is to have them meet the same criteria that I
have for signing their key.
> What if some german guy only has their "Personalausweis", but no
> passport (no plans to leave the European Union, the passport is
> quite expensive) and no drivers license?
Gow do you suppose they come to meet me to tell me their vote?
> Or if a US citizen only has a social security card (and no drivers
> license, and lives in a state that does not issue these famous
> "non-drivers licences")?
Well, they can get their key in the ring ;-). However, if this
is such a hardship, here is a modification of the protocol:
a) Have a key in the key-ring
b) be present in the LDAP db in the group for Debian
a) provide a signed email from the DAM or the DPL stating that
the key with a given ID and finger print belongs to a DD
Two things must be accomplished: firstly, one needs authoritative,
and conclusive, evidence that you are a developer. Since DAM is the
one who has been granted responsibility for adding people to
Debian, and the NM team collectively was given the authority to
boot DD's out, or the DPL, since the DAM is his delegate, these
are the authoritative sources of information about who is, or is
not, a DD. Secondly, one needs to prove that the person telling one
about the preferred ballot is the person mentioned before; so
whatever it takes to convince the secretary. The current incumbent
has well defined policies for identity verification, so that is what
a) Present me with a picture ID signed by the DAM, or the DPL,
or the whole NM team, stating that the person named, and
whose picture is being signed, is indeed a DD.
b) show me, in person, two picture ID's, at least one issued
by a governemt that demonstrate who you are, and match the
signed the signed picture in a)
c) tell me, personally, what your vote is during the voting
period. Be prepared to do the same with an auditor is the
vote is ever audited.
If none of these three sets of requirements can be met, then
unfortunately, there is no way of demonstrating that the ballot
presented is legal and should be considered as belonging to someone
who is franchised in Debian.
Now, hilarious thought this thread has been, I think we have
beaten the horse dead, don't you think?
Any given program, when running, is obsolete.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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