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2013-03-06, by CTI "Diophantus" & Press

6th Conference: Open Source Software Communities Meeting

The 6th Conference of Open Source Software Communities FOSSCOMM 2013 is organized in Harokopio University by Department of Informatics and Telematics

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2013-02-13, by Vysocina

European Commission have declared support for open source

Following the OSEPA appeal and the OPEN SOURCE POLICY STATEMENT intiated by OSEPA Consorcium, the European Commission has expressed support for the idea of open source implemented by public authorities. The Commission also appreciated the effort and accomplishments of the OSEPA project. It acknowledges the benefits of open source and has every intention of supporting open source within the Digital Agenda for Europe.

Letter to Digital Agenda

Reply of Digital Agenda

2013-01-18, by KEDE

Greek municipality of Kalamaria switches to LibreOffice

Trying to save costs where possible, the administration of the Greek city of Kalamaria is switching to the free and open source office suite LibreOffice, the Greek Linux User Group reports in a press release published last Friday. The volunteer organisation is calling for an alliance, to pool the expertise of Greek public administrations, research institutes and the country's open source advocacy groups.

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Projekt OSEPA je program spolufinancovaný z evropských prostředků a zaměřený na informování veřejnosti o perspektivě a potenciálním využití Open Source softwaru v evropské veřejné správě.

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Adoption of OpenOffice, Ubuntu LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project) and Samba server by Swedish schools in Vindeln municipality

Organisation:Vindeln Municipality, Västerbotten, Sweden

In 2008 the civil service organization of Vindeln municipality took the decision that the schools of the municipality would migrate to OSS. After eight months of study (August 2006), the migration was implemented. Read More ...