ZDNet UK: Linux Gives Voluntary Sector a Boost
Sep 16, 2004, 19:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A Bulgarian voluntary organisation is using its experience in
moving non-governmental organisations (NGOs) from proprietary
operating systems to Linux to try and help UK voluntary
organisations do the same.
"Chris Bailey, an IT worker at the Cambridge Independent Advice
Centre, a voluntary organisation which advises people with low
incomes, is currently seeking advice from the Bulgarian NGO
InterSpace. It would like to set up a similar project in the UK to
help voluntary organisations shift to open-source software..."