How Open Source is Losing the Charity Battle
May 24, 2008, 20:00 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Angus Kidman)
"Non-profit organisations are keen to take advantage of emerging
technologies such as social networking for fundraising and software
as a service for administration, but a lack of perceived support
options is keeping them away from open source software and focused
on traditional providers such as Microsoft.
"At this week's Connecting Up conference in Brisbane, staff from
non-profit groups were eagerly discussing Web 2.0 technologies, how
wikis could help their organisation, and the role which Twitter
might play in their fund-raising plans..."