On 02/26/2011 11:51 AM, Jon Hamkins wrote:
On 02/18/2011 06:11 AM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
So does anyone know a way to get the White House, or the proper people
in the US government, to look at LibreOffice's efforts in the open
source community and to review the software package?
A couple of years ago I started putting together a lengthy seminar for
my employer, NASA/JPL, to explain why ODF and OOo (this was pre-LibO)
were good things to support throughout the laboratory. I never
finished it, but I was thinking of revamping this for LibO. If anyone
wants to help contribute, let me know.
... I am absolutely convinced that the U.S. government could save
quite a bit of money, without sacrificing quality, by moving to LibO.
I'd like to help in this. Two things:
- The federal branch is one substantial target, but there are a lot of
others in the same procurement space [e.g. 1,2]. I think we should, at
least, scope whether to adopt the collateral you worked on to include
interests & requirements for state, province, etc.
Let me know how you'd like to proceed...
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