“”Employees are not satisfied with our IT,” Reiter told a council meeting on Wednesday morning, citing a report he had commissioned from Accenture. “More than half are not happy.”
Accenture’s report, which included a survey of Munich council staff, did not finger LiMux as the main culprit for employees’ dissatisfaction.
As council member Florian Roth of the Greens pointed out during Wednesday’s debate, the local authority’s IT organisational structure was to blame. “68.6 percent said they were completely satisfied with the software,” Roth argued.”
See Linux’s Munich crisis: Crunch vote locks city on course for Windows returnTruth doesn’t seem to matter much in politics these days. Just repeat a lie. If enough believe it, you get what you want… Despite proof that GNU/Linux works for Munich, the mayor and friends are going to migrate back to Wintel at all costs. They’ve voted to make the plan which will waste $millions. They’ve crept right up to the edge of the cliff. Let’s see if they actually have the courage and spite and gaul to jump.
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