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    we have gone global...

    http://www.wouarf.com/blogtk/index.p...qure-de-rappel

    babelfish translation

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    I fall by the intermédaire from EdTech on an excellent English site named Edugeek, which contains resources (in technical matter) useful in the field of education.


    The leading article of today relates to the policies Open Source of several countries of the Third World and the Commonwealth. I already wrote on this subject. Not only the Open Source constitutes (probably) an economy on the level of the data-processing expenditure of the administrations, but before all it is average a rapid and effective to create an industry of excellence in France in the field of the software (France, contrary to all that one can read here or there, does not have any tradition nor competence in this field - I speak as a nation, it exists of course, here or there, of excellent counterexamples).

    Companies as Skype are direct repercussions of the Estonian policies Open Source. Tony Blair also took excellent measures in Great Britain in "forcing" the massive swing of the data processing of the communities and the administrations towards the Open Source.

    I remain dismayed by the weak comprehension of the stakes by the policies, whether it is at the national level or in my area.

    See my ticket "Skype: the result of an Open policy national Source"and its conclusion:the Open Source benefits the country (with the area, at the city) which makes use of it!
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    if someone can give us a better translation then go ahead...

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    Re: we have gone global...

    IIRC I robbed that article off ZDNet

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    Re: we have gone global...

    well

    point is seem to start getting global vistors..

    also any budding writers out there want to write i am sure dos_box (but i am sure he will say if he disagrees) would be happy for your to submit articles saves us ripping other sites articles all the time...

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    Re: we have gone global...

    I'm more than happy for our overseas collegues to dive in. I monitor Google quite a bit and have noticed that we are now mentioned on 6 pages of searched on Google.com. Nice.

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    Re: we have gone global...

    Quote Originally Posted by russdev
    also any budding writers out there want to write i am sure dos_box (but i am sure he will say if he disagrees) would be happy for your to submit articles saves us ripping other sites articles all the time...
    I didn't technically rip them off... I always include the source of the article and a link to the origional. If I can get a link to their logo that is also included but ZDNet hide their logo somewhere far far away beneath layers of scripts and HTML.

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    Re: we have gone global...

    Argh! 61 visitors online!

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    Re: we have gone global...

    sorry did not mean to cause offense could of used better wording there....

    what meant was "ripping" in term of copy like ripping a song from a cd.



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    Re: we have gone global...

    So now you're accusing him of piracy!!!!!!!



    Andy.

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    Re: we have gone global...

    lol

    anyone seen a light in this dark hole i have dug



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    Re: we have gone global...

    Nope. You're all alone, so very alone.

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    Re: we have gone global...

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    There' a ladder for you Russ. It's not quite enough to get you out of the whole, but you might get to see some light! :P

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    Re: we have gone global...

    woop!
    .matt

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