The last quarter final in our EURO2012 in Free Software. Here is the data we’ve gathered in the wiki:
Norway: public administration and education
Estonia: public administration and unfortunately no data regarding education
Did you follow the links? Can it be any more difficult than that? So, we have on Norways side:
Obligatory IT standards [...]
Here are todays results of our EURO 2012 in Free Software and open standards.
Turkey vs. Belgium was difficult. I don’t know what happend in the meantime, but I feel that having developed an own distribution and have it installed on every school computer plus making Free Software part of the official curriculum should have [...]
Here are todays results of our EURO 2012 in Free Software and open standards. This time, I found the match Belgium vs. Austria the most challenging.
Moules Frites (cc by-sa 2.0)
Sachertorte (cc by-sa 3.0)
It looks easy considering only the public administration page where we have the following:
In Vienna, they [...]
Another day of the qualification of the UEFA EURO 2012 in regards to Free Software usage and Open Standards came to its end. Most interesting to me was the match Norway vs. Portugal. On the wiki page for public administration, Portugal looks much weaker than Norway, but we have a lot of good news from [...]
waiting for the matches (cc-by click for source)
As announced in a previous posting, I’ll compare the participating countries of the UEFA EURO 2012 in regards to Free Software usage and Open Standards. On September 3rd, the next qualification matches will take place. And it is going to be a busy day: 22 pairings. [...]