Interoperability Working Group Telecon Friday Nov 11 3pm Eastern/12pm Pacific


John Wack will present an overview of the glossary that has been defined for the public working groups and that is intended to serve as the glossary for the next VVSG and as a general glossary of election terms that could be useful to all states. This glossary has been built using glossaries defined in the versions of the VVSG and other election glossaries defined elsewhere. It already has a large number of terms, but more work is needed. I will go into details as to how the glossary has been constructed and look to the attendees for input and advice as to how the glossary could better serve the working groups. See the Glossary page for more details.

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Meeting Details:
Title: Interoperability Working Group Telecon
Date: Fri, Nov 11, 2016
Time: 03:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): JOHN WACK

Audio Dial-In Information:
U.S & Canada: 800.768.2983

Access Code: 9753411


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-- John Wack - 2016-10-06


Topic revision: r1 - 2016-10-06 - JohnWack
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