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Denmark urges govt support for open source
Sunday, October 26 2003 @ 04:48 pm CST
Contributed by: Linegod
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Related News Open source software represents a serious alternative to proprietary products, and should be used as a tool to open up software markets to more competition, according to a report carried out under the auspices of the Danish government.

The report, which stirred up controversy when it was published in Denmark earlier this month, was released in English this week by the Danish Board of Technology. While a number of governments in Europe and elsewhere are eyeing open source software as a way of cutting costs and stimulating localised software development, the Danish study goes a step further, arguing that public sector support for open-source and open standards may be necessary for there to be any real competition in the software market.

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Re: Denmark urges govt support for open source
Authored by: Romulus007 on Thursday, November 13 2003 @ 04:27 am CST
Yes, talk is cheap, but actions speak louder than words!! It high time that our democratic institutions actually do things for the PUBLIC good.
So, when can we get this going in apathetic Canada??

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