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Dear All,

I got a great news from Hungary.

On the 1st of June a conference has been held in the Hungarian Parliament, called "The Parliement 
of Information Society". During the event Mr. Zsolt Nyitrai, the state secreter of ITcommunication 
declared that the government is working right now to come up with a law saying that the Hungarian 
public sector will use ODF in the future, wich is the document format used by open source office 
solutions, like LibreOffice, OpenOffice etc...

Here is a link (sad to say it is in hungarian):

hopefully I'll prepare an english version this week-end!

Best wishes to all of you!


Szakál Péter
Open SKM Agency Kft.
1024 Budapest, Kút u. 5

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