Another opportunity to discover OpenERP Following the success of “Discovering OpenERP” in May this year OpenERP will be hosting another seminar in London on Thursday 14 July.
We’ve asked Cabinet Office about what is happening with the Open Source Advisory Panel (See Evidence supplied to PASC by Minister for the Cabinet Office). Improvements and annotations welcome 19 May 2011 Follow OSC on Twitter @OpnSrcCons Why not become… Continue Reading
We’ve asked DCLG whether they’ve investigated the possibility of improving document interoperability by removing application specific features (See One Simple Thing). Improvements and annotations welcome 18 May 2011 Follow OSC on Twitter @OpnSrcCons Why not become a member?
We’ve asked West Sussex County Council about the background to the decision to renew an existing ICT contract without tendering due to IP issues and what they are going to do to avoid that happening in the future. Improvements and… Continue Reading
Kemp Little have written guidance on governance associated with use of open source software. They’ve kindly agreed to let us put it on our website
We’ve asked Cabinet Office about the background to the publication of the procurement policy note published in January regarding open standards Asked on 18 April and finally answered on 4 July, part of the reply included this statement: The Standards… Continue Reading
We’ve asked Warwickshire County Council about the background to the decision to offer primary schools computers using the MS Windows 7 operating system Improvements and annotations welcome 5 April 2011 Follow OSC on Twitter @OpnSrcCons Why not become a member?
Kemp Little have undertaken an analysis of the implications of version 2 of the European Interoperability Framework They’ve kindly agreed to let us put it on our website
If you want to know more about the different software licencing models then the UN APCICT has provided a guidee which might be enough to get you started
If you want to know more about FOSS then UN APCICT has provided a guide which might be enough to get you started