Election Markup Language

Election Markup Language

The Election Markup Language (EML) is an OASIS standard for "the structured interchange among hardware, software, and service providers who engage in any aspect of providing election or voter services to public or private organizations" [ cite web | title=Election Markup Language (EML) Version 5.0 | publisher=OASIS | date=2007-12-01 | publisher=Government Technology | url=http://docs.oasis-open.org/election/eml/v5.0/os/EML-Process-Data-Requirements-v5.0.html | accessdate=2008-02-28 ]

Dr. Ron Rivest, renowned computer scientist and member of the Technical Guidelines Development Committee of the Election Assistance Commission was quoted as saying"EML is an example of the kind of consensus-based, publicly available common format that enables the exchange of electronic records between different components in election systems." [ cite web | title=E-Vote: Election Markup Language 5.0 Approved as OASIS Standard | date=2008-01-29 | publisher=Government Technology | url=http://www.govtech.com/gt/articles/259970 | accessdate=2008-02-28 ]


External links

* [http://xml.coverpages.org/eml.html Technology Reports - Election Markup Language (EML)] - XML "Cover Pages" by OASIS
* [http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=election OASIS Election and Voter Services TC]

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