Slashdot reports on a paper co-authored by a former policy
wonk head of the British Prime Minister's office. The paper discusses potential uses of Open Source that extend beyond just computers -- do check out the discussion starting on page 35, with the chapters on Media, The Open Commission for Accuracy in the Media (which sounds a little too close to a certain Reed Irvine group for comfort, in my humble opinion), Open Newspapers and Open Neighborhood News Media.
For your information, open source software (including MySQL and PHP) are used in the making of this very website.
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