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I find it very interesting they were side by side and had clear tech specs, including operating systems right down to the graphics chipset. I took more detailed pictures, although not very high res as I only had my phone camera at the time. The Ecuador Government now has a free-software law and will pretty much mandate that its government uses free, open-source software only.
Alcance libre , EcuaLUG and other sites mention the news. Esteban Mendieta even has an original scan of the signed law! In less than 1.
This is less than 3 years after announcing a massive move to free software in all government agencies. Well, at least as much as the Guadalinex project and their desktops deployment. Even production is local. And what capacity do they have? I think not. Scrolling down to the very last question in their FAQ , we can see:.
Followin our mission to reach Technological Independency of our Nation, VIT promotes the use of Free Software, so the systems are delivered to customers with Linux operating systems, compatible with Knoppix, Kubuntu, Ubuntu, Debian and others.
This year I was able to bring two simultaneaous events together, in different locations. Free Software conference in Bolivia seemingly the only free software event there since
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