Home of The Tiny Guide to Spring 2005 Update

Louis Suárez-Potts summarizes the past year’s work and prepares for the next in “Local Works.”

“Regardless of the regional, economic, and linguistic differences, there is a simple unanimity in perceiving free and open-source software like as the logical and even necessary strategy for this century. This is not blind optimism on my part. It has to do more with the rhetoric of government and the actions of businesses. Free software is gaining rapidly, in particular, and it is gaining in areas that were long seen as the stronghold of proprietary software (read: Microsoft): government, enterprises, education. What has made the difference?”

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