"IT developers and users around the world have a strong desire
for Open Standards in operating systems and programs. It is no
wonder Linux is quickly becoming the operating system of the future
because the program code is readily available (Open Source) and it
is free to download from the internet."
"Today the IT University of Copenhagen launched Denmark's
biggest Open Source initiative when the Danish Minister for
Research and Information Technology, Birte Weiss, officially opened
the LinuxLab.dk. IBM is the founding sponsor of the
"The IT University s LinuxLab will be the place where students
meet and participate in the development of Open Source," Research
Minister Birte Weiss said. "From this lab knowledges and
competencies about Open Source will spread like rings in the water
to businesses and the public service. This will create new
possibilities and new perspectives in connection with the the use
of Open Source programs," Birte Weiss said."
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