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[News] Businesses Adopt Free Software "in Droves"

  • Subject: [News] Businesses Adopt Free Software "in Droves"
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 07 Oct 2009 22:55:50 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Open source: Still waiting on IT

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| There's no question that enterprise IT is adopting open 
| source in droves. 


ECM Vendor Knowledge Tree Helping to Reforest Africa

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| Open source enterprise content management (ECM) vendor 
| Knowledge Tree announced quite a generous offer today. Every 
| time a customer places an order over $4,500, the company will 
| plant a tree in Africa on their behalf. Food & Trees for 
| Africa (FTFA) will do the actual overseas planting and the 
| customer will receive a certificate outlining details of the 
| contribution made in their honor.



FOSS: War is over (if you want it)

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| And its in that context that we have seen the recommendation
| added to the 2020 FLOSS Roadmap, that FOSS should be recognised
| as a public knowledge asset. I think that this, as well as the
| other issues mentioned above, will represent some of the emerging
| battlegrounds for FOSS in the next decade as the movement moves
| from a position of acceptance to a position where collaboration
| and sharing is recognised as a key driver in the promotion of the
| European software industry, and in enabling the digital recovery.


Open Source: The War Is Over

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| But so what? The war is over. Open Source won. The whole IT
| industry now depends on a vast amount of Open Source code and
| many key Open Source projects.

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