Mad Penguin: Clean Air, Open Code: An Interview with IT Leads at California Air Resources Board
Feb 27, 2006, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Massachusetts might have been the FOSS shot heard 'round the
world, but California may be quietly building pressure for an open
source earthquake of its own. On the face of it, the California Air
Resources Board (ARB) is not setting the world on fire with its
well-documented adoption of free open source software. It is using
FOSS primarily in the back office, just like so many other
governmental agencies and businesses. But if you dig just a little
deeper, as shown in this Mad Penguin interview of the ARB staffers
responsible for moving ARB toward a more FOSSy future, you can see
that the seeds of more profound change gradually developing..."