Microsoft Lobby Denies the State of Chile Access to Free Software

Fresh on the heels of the entire Munich and Linux debacle, another story involving Microsoft and free software has popped up across the world, in Chile. A prolific magazine from the South American country says that the powerful Microsoft lobby managed to turn around a law that would allow the authorities to use free software.
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Mint.com Review: Online Personal Finance And Budgeting Software

http://www.biblemoneymatters.com/mint-com-review/ Mint.com is a personal finance management software that allows easy anywhere access to your family’s financ…
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What do you think of Mint’s move to LTS only?== I review the latest from the Linux Mint team, both MATE and Cinnamon Editions. Links: www.linuxmint.com Don…

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Why isn't all government software open source?

The federal government is the single largest purchaser of code in the world. So why is this code—taxpayer-funded and integral to the day-to-day working of our democracy—so often hidden from public view? There are two sides to answering that question: Why does the government so often build on closed platforms, and once built, why isn't the code released to the public?read more
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