Electowidget is a plugin for MediaWiki designed to make it possible to
conduct Internet polls and elections using many different voting
systems, including the Schulze method, Instant runoff voting, Approval
voting, and even plain old Plurality.

Electowidget isn't designed for secure public elections. Rather, it's
designed for the types of informal polls and elections that currently
happen on wikis today. It's also designed as a tool to help election
theorists provide comparitive examples of how a given result will be
tabulated comparing multiple different systems.

All data is stored on wiki pages, in JSON format. That means that
there's an audit trail for every change that is made to the wiki.

Electowidget is licensed under a BSD-style license, with some GPL
portions for MediaWiki integration.  See LICENSE.txt for details.

To learn how to install Electowidget, please read INSTALL.txt

For the latest information on Electowidget, please visit the
Electowidget website: