Linux in Spain
Posted Jul 31, 2003 9:51 UTC (Thu) by climent
Parent article: Linux in Spain
Furthermore, Spain Government has also produced a set of three documents which describe the use of software in the different Public Administrations (local, regional and Spain-wide). Those documents are a rule-to-follow by all those aministrations, and they force the technicians to use Free Software (moe exactly Debian GNU/Linux (!!)) when feasible, over any other solution.
Also, in Extremadura and in Andalusia, the local governments have published the list of different subjects a technician runing for a place inside those administrations can be challenged during the examinations for a public place, and those also include a wide part of OSS (again Debian GNU/Linux is mentioned all over the place).
Cannot find my links right now, just changed computers.
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