Sorry to rain on your parade, but online voting is about as popular in the pirate party as theocracy. (based on my experience over the last 2 years occasionally talking about online voting & scrutineering). Non-core policy like this needs a 75% majority to pass, and tbh you would run the risk of ending up with PPNZ having an official non-core policy *opposing* online voting, even for local body elections.
personally, I could support endorsing starting an online voting *option*, with a bunch of conditions around the scrutineerability of the software, and an absolute requirement that everyone still has the option of a traditional private booth in a physical voting place.
it just needs to be comparable to the current system
Postal voting dropped the bar so low so fast it created the gulf of mexico. I don't buy the argument that this is enough of an excuse for us to propose a new bar below sea level, just because "it's not any lower". As I see it, the 'control' scenario we should compare anything against is a 100% paper ballots in boxes election.