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OASIS Election Markup Language (EML) Wiki

This site is a resource site for users and developers of e-voting systems and services using EML.

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Implementation Guidance Notes

The following provide detailed implementation guidance on specific aspects of EML, and in some cases examples of records and XML schemas, for developers. If you require guidance on any aspect of EML that is not already covered below please e-mail your question to



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