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Czech municipality uses open source for nearly everything

In the Czech municipality of Grygov open source is used almost everywhere. It covers most of the applications used by the administration, offers public Internet access across the entire village and it is the basis for an SMS gateway linking the regional fire department with the volunteers in the village. The software even keeps parents up to date on changes in school schedules. Read more here

One Response to “Czech municipality uses open source for nearly everything” »

  1. Comment by micah — April 23, 2012 @ 11:29 pm

    Awesome. It’s so hard for me to imagine this happening in a government, where everybody is so shortsighted. It’s wonderful to read that it’s actually possible. I love stories like this, go Crygov!

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