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Governments embracing Linux?
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    Governments embracing Linux?

    Do you know of any web page that lists governments who have embraced Linux ( or Open Source alternatives other than typical Unix/Windows )?

    I'm doing some presentation and would like to include all the countries that embrace OSS model.

    Thanks.

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    Re:Governments embracing Linux?

    I don't think any governments to date has ever succesfully converted 100% - and most of the people who announce such projects do so in order to get a Microsoft discount.

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    Re:Governments embracing Linux?

    What about that Munich (I think thats how you spell it) provice in Germany? I heard they're switching to Linux, and M$ offered a deal, and they refused it.

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    Here in Florida, Largo change to linux too.

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    Re:Governments embracing Linux?

    I'm not talking about totally converting to Linux or OSS.

    I just want governments that embrace it such as Germany ( th e city of Munich ), China ( a big supporter of OSS model since they can totally change the code base ), Thailand, and so on.

    I don't believe in running in only ONE OS no matter what it's. I just want to see which governments are smarten up and embrace it ( or at least try to ). Exclusion is that US Army which recently awarded M$ for exclusive software deal.

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