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The Register: Proprietary Coders Complain About OS Study

“Proprietary software makers have complained to the European
Commission that they have not been given enough time to review a
report on the economic role of Free/Libre/Open Source Software
(FLOSS), and accuse the commission of being ‘intolerant to opposing
comments’ regarding the research.

“In a letter seen by The Register Hugo Lueders, a representative
of the Institute for Software Choice, addresses himself to
Francoise Le Bail, a deputy director general, and three senior
directors in the DG Enterprise, Michael Ayrall, Petro Ortun, and
David White…”

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