Getting into politics?
tarvid at ls.net
Tue Jan 20 22:48:10 GMT 2009
People are not swayed much by even the finest argument. I make modest
headway with first person reports of success with "free" and "Open" software
On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 5:33 PM, Jan Claeys <lists at janc.be> wrote:
> Op maandag 19-01-2009 om 18:06 uur [tijdzone +0100], schreef Nizar
> > As in Hungary and India, the Tunisian government had signed a deal
> > with Microsoft for licensing Windows and MS Office for the
> > government, all state offices, universities and schools. I think it's
> > a world wide action taken by Microsoft :/
> Fortunately there is no law saying that it's forbidden to buy Microsoft
> But in many countries (including Hungary, at least) there are laws about
> fair competition and about how taxpayers money should be spent by the
> government. These rules must be followed.
> If your country doesn't have such a law, it's something people in your
> locoteam could help try to have them implemented.
> Jan Claeys
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