Mad Penguin: Penguin Day: Bringing It All Back Home to the Non-Profits
Jul 13, 2005, 22:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Christian Einfeldt)
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"If you thought that free open source software is a natural tool
for non-profits, you were half right. The potential is there, but
as this series of Mad Penguin interviews with the co-directors of
the non-profit group called Aspiration Tech will show, we're really
only about half way there in the journey to complete Tux's
domination of the non-profit sector (and then the rest of the
world). There's still a whole lot of teaching and learning that's
gotta be done as the non-profit and free open source communities
get to know each other better.
"And teaching is what Aspiration Tech is all about. In this
series of two articles, Mad Penguin talks with the two co-directors
of Aspiration Tech, Katrin Verclas, and Allen Gunn, aka 'Gunner,'
about the apparently mysteriously weak presence of free open source
software in the non-profit sector (at least in North America) and
what Aspiration Tech is doing about it..."