Daily Archives: December 12, 2013

Final Report On Munich’s Migration To GNU/Linux Accepted

“One of the goals was to migrate 12,000 desktops to LiMux, but in the end, the city managed to create over 14,800 LiMux workspaces for its approximately 15,500 desktops.” That’s more than 95% share. Really think it’s essential to have … Continue reading

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Reunion

Reunion is a place I knew nothing about until I found these stats on StatCounter: Like many tropical islands, sugar and tourism are big businesses but it is probably the French connection that gives it a high share for GNU/Linux. … Continue reading

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Review Of The Record On Adoption Of FLOSS In Turkish Government

Hüseyin Tolu, a PhD student at University of Bristol, wrote a paper after reviewing public documents related to use of FLOSS in IT in the government of Turkey: “I first review the national ICT policy in Turkey through selecting the … Continue reading

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GNU/Linux Thriving in Ethiopia

Ethiopia is one of the poorest regions on Earth thanks to climate and colonialism. The dust has barely settled in their war over Eritrea. Still, they can see what has happened in the rest of the world with IT and … Continue reading

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