IT-Director: Munich Linux Migration Back On Course
Aug 20, 2004, 01:45 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Tony Lock)
"It is has been an interesting few weeks in the world of Linux
and Open Source. We have had the passionate enthusiasm of the Linux
World show in California, complete with all of the marketing
jamboree that such an event entails. The show illustrated, once
again, just how close to the mainstream open source solutions and
Linux are now to be found.
"However, over the same period one of the world's most high
profile open source migration projects appeared to hiccup when the
City of Munich announced that it had called a halt to its ambitious
plans to have its 16,000 desktops running on Linux by 2006..."