Daily Archives: June 10, 2008

Recent News from Munich

Because most of the communication about the migration to GNU/Linux in Munich is in German, it is hard to keep track of progress in English. I found a brief summary here. The Munich IT department deploys LiMux, a customised version … Continue reading

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Neelie Kroes Gets IT.

Neelie Kroes, the European Commissioner for Competition Policy gave a speech: Being open about standards OpenForum Europe – Breakfast seminar Brussels, 10th June 2008 First, we should only standardise when there are demonstrable benefits, and we should not rush to … Continue reading

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Recent Data on Thin Clients

The Fraunhofer institute has published a thorough article on thin clients in regard to environmental impact and consumption of energy. Unfortunately, they deal only in that other OS running on the terminal server and can max-out a server with 4 … Continue reading

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