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Subject: Re: [election-services] EML in the local elections


Johan
 
This is excellent news, very well done to all involved.  Are you content for me to post this news on the TC website please?
 
Are there any lessons learnt from your exercise that we could include in the draft Busienss Case for EML that I produced some weeks ago?  I'd like to get that document published and it would be be greatly enhanced if it had your case study included.
 
Regards
John
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----- Original Message ----
From: "Terryn, Johan" <johan.terryn@eds.com>
To: John Borras <johnaborras@yahoo.co.uk>; EML TC <election-services@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: Monday, 9 October, 2006 8:02:34 PM
Subject: [election-services] EML in the local elections

All,
 
yesterday we had local elections in Flanders.
We used the EML specifications wherever we could, although we had to make some modifications to fit the local requirements.
 
The use of EML simplified interactions between systems but complicated the work for developers not familiar with XML processing. It was a challenge but EML never let us down.
 
You can see the use of the EML at http://vlaanderenkiest.be. The RSS feed might be of interest, it rarely gives an update but all documents are (almost completely) EML document.
 
We have made our own set of XML documents to provide us with aggregations and overviews. These are used in the applets: status, participation and M/F relations are all based in this. The whole site used to refresh, but since all documents are almost final not many update will be seen.
 
 
Thanks for being able to use this EML specification in a real situation.
 
 

Best regards,

Johan terryn

Systems Architect, Emea Architects Office

EDS

Noorderlaan 147

Atlantic House

B 2030 Antwerpen, Belgium

 

( Phone:+32 473 86 35 30

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