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Re: [News] Shortage of Open Source Experts

In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz
on Tue, 25 Apr 2006 14:12:50 +0100
> __/ [ Roy Schestowitz ] on Tuesday 25 April 2006 14:11 \__
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | The Malaysian Government has made its stand on the adoption of open
>> | source Latest News about open source software operating system (OSS)
>> | with the unveiling of the Public Sector OSS Masterplan. However, at
>> | this stage of its adoption in the public sector, questions are being
>> | raised as to whether there are enough local experts such as
>> | software developers to meet the Government's OSS needs and aspirations.
>> `----
>> MCSE: Minesweeper Consultant and Solitaire Expert
> http://www.technewsworld.com/story/50139.html

That's kinda scary.  Malaysia, of course, is the target of
this particular story but what makes one think that their
educational system is the only one that needs revamping?
:-)  It may depend on one's state here in the US but
California is hurting pretty bad because of Proposition 13
(the 1978 variant).

Especially since open source actually needs a little
*thought* at times.  Unlike Windows, where it's point,
click, drool, and slobber while the malware infests
one's system.  :-P  (Software packages such as MacAfee
and Symantec at least allow one to wipe up the mess.)

#191, ewill3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Windows Vista.  Because it's time to refresh your hardware.  Trust us.

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