Problem Desktopoveho Linuxu je problem kodanskej nemocnice, ktoreho existencia je uz, podla novinarov, protiustavnaDK: 25,000 hospital staff Copenhagen region to use open source office suite
Submitted by Gijs Hillenius on August 18, 2011Even a single user of the proprietary office suite would force the group to purchase licences for all fifteen thousand desktop PCs. https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/news/dk-25000-hospital-st... Ak sa teda najde jeden pouzivatel s ktorym musite komunikovat a pouziva proprietarne technologie, musiet ich mat aj vy. Ak ma Windows only technonogie musite ich mat aj Vy.Zakazku od firmy, ktora Vas nuti pouzivat proprietrany SW mozete odmietnut, ale komunikovat so statom musite, ci chcete alebo nieInvestigative journalists: "Government lock-in by Microsoft is alarming"
Submitted by Adrian Offerman on April 14, 2017IT infrastructures at government administrations all over Europe are largely based on proprietary, closed software from Microsoft. With digital systems constantly growing in size as well as importance, countries are becoming increasingly dependent on this single American corporation. Investigate Europe, an international group of journalists, has investigated the current situation and the consequences of this vendor lock-in. The results, they say, are alarming.
A digital colonyIn an article in the newspaper Tagesspiegel, one of the investigative journalists addresses several severe problems: current and former Microsoft lobbyists, managers and consultants are working directly in government ministries at both technical and political levels;
at all government levels, EU tender law is often broken to buy proprietary licences; and
this vendor deliberately creates a monoculture in the use and teaching of computer software at schools and universities.Some of the researchers interviewed are quoted as saying: "The European states are in danger of losing control of their own infrastructures, and they need to invest heavily in migrating to an independent IT architecture." "The use of Microsoft products in government organisations is no longer compatible with the constitutional state; we must change this, or we will degrade Europe into a digital colony."For a solution, Europe should organise its own software industry based on open source, the researchers say. According to the investigation team, China with its "de-Windows-ing" and open-source strategy can show us the way.
https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/community/osor/news/inves... Holt sme digitalnou koloniou, EU si to uvedomuje a chce s tym nieco robit, Prostriedky na to ma, metody by mali by ucinnejsie..O'Reilly European Open Source Convention - 17-20 October, 2005
70 percent of the world's open source developers are based in Europe,
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