The French parliament
March 12th, 2007

“When members of the French parliament and their assistants return from their summer break, they will conduct parliamentary business on PCs running Ubuntu,”ZDNet reports. “Starting in June 2007, 1,154 desks will feature Linux-based PCs. During the latest IT update for parliamentary assistants, the National Assembly decided to switch from Windows to Linux, allowing the 577 parliament members to switch to non-proprietary software for the first time”.

French parliament picks Ubuntu for Linux switch

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