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Links 1 through 4 of 4 by Patrick Cormier tagged IMBOK+Taiwan

The logic of adopting open source software in governments has been recognized in several governments, such as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Taiwan and Belgium are the latest into the club of governments adopting and promoting open source software, fo

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Microsoft's dominance, high prices, and its association with a government crackdown on software piracy is causing a strong anti-MS backlash in Taiwan, Republic of China. Under the threats of US trade sanctions (the "Special 301 Watch"), Taiwan is currentl

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The Taiwanese government plans to start an open-source project as early as next year that could save it as much as $295 million in royalty payments to Microsoft, according to a report from Taiwan's Central News Agency.

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Taiwan will start a national plan to jump-start the development and use of Free (libre) Software, according to this report by the Central News Agency, the government news agency of Taiwan, Rep. of China. Due to high Microsoft license fees (as previously c

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