pdscomp writes: VoComp, a voting competition where students compete to create secure and usable voting systems, has posted the submissions of all but one of the competing teams. Their site says that all the source code for the systems will also be posted. So far it looks like Punchscan, who we've seen on
/. before, is the leader with an impressive 72-page document. The competition kicks off in 2 weeks in Portland, Oregon, and there's a $10,000 prize for first place. If you are in the area, Registration for the competition is free.