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A breakthrough for open source in the UK
  Posted by: Digg on Sep 24th, 2008 1:41 PM
As The Inquirer reports, two open-source companies, Novell UK and Sirius, have been granted access to the UK's £80 million ($149 million) Software for Educational Institutions Framework, which enables them to supply software to the UK public sector. There may be additional open-source vendors chosen but the official list won't be released until Wed

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