Canadian open source community association looks beyond Linux

Tuesday, January 03 2006 @ 04:26 pm CST

Contributed by: Linegod

From IT Business:

Canada's national Linux industry association is broadening its mandate and creating programs to tackle the policy issues surrounding open source technologies, members of its leadership team said Tuesday.

The Canadian Linux User's Exchange (CLUE) has replaced its old Web site with one backed by a Drupal-based content management system and a motto ("CLUE: Get One") that hints at its intentions to become a more aggressive advocate of what its members call Free/Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS). CLUE was founded in the late 1990s and has since become an point of aggregation for contact information of interest to many regional user groups across the country.

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