The finnish city which in october of 2001 announced a complete switch to Linux on their ~5000 computers. They have now settled a deal with Microsoft. Also to top the traison off the university of Turku will be switching their 4000 PCs to Windows 2000.

This is truely a sad announcement, because the city of Turku was amongst the first to officially experiment with Linux on such a large scale in that kind of environment. I would like to know what kind of deal they settled with the devil because they were set to save 26 million euros a year, if the entire finnish government network was switched - dropping the cost from 200 euros to a mere 20 euros a year per PC.

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NGene, your town has been owned - prepare to be assimilated