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On (23/04/09 14:04), Andrew Court said:
> As well as costing 50 million, they also then occupied the air accident
> investigation building at a certain airbase in Ireland, which meant the air
> accident team had to rent premises, costing even more money.
> Can I assume the machines are basically PC's, with a proprietary OS on them?
> If so, should we maybe campaign that the machines are donated to, for
> example, the camara project, so they can install linux on them and use them,
> or do you think the voting machines use proprietary hardware aswell?
>Based on what I heard on the news at lunchtime, the Government is hoping
to recoup some of the cost of the machines. I presume this means they're
going to try and offload them cheap on some other unsuspecting
John Madden -- john at jmadden.eu
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