The world is talking about GNU/Linux and Free/Open Source Software
Open source debate brought to a close - for now
Arguments over whether open source software really does save money over commercial rivals have come to a head...
Is open source software - collaboratively written and free of licence fees - cheaper than proprietary software? A series of government-sponsored trials has produced an official answer to this intensely debated question and the results are interesting: open source application software used for specific tasks such as word-processing is often fit for purpose but the operating system Linux is often not.
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