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Comment: Crazy motivated even at 2:30am

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Crazy motivated even at 2:30am

This whole prospect seems so simple and yet so valuable that I can't really help myself. I'm creating parts lists and outlining code structures when I really ought to be sleeping.

But I have to wonder--why hasn't this been done already? What are the hurdles to overcome, the red tape to cut through, the bureaucratic nightmares to fight off, and the procedures to follow? Does anyone know? Does Diebold (or somebody else) have a legislated or contractual monopoly that cannot be broken?

Is the right solution to build and implement this on a small scale and then basically let the results speak for themselves in a wider arena?