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Italian Local Government Warms to Open Source

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There is a natural tendency to concentrate on what is happening locally, and so most of the stories here on Open Enterprise are about what's happening in the UK, or developments that affect it directly. But it's important to remember that open source is a global development, and that things are bubbling away everywhere, all the time.

For example, a little while back, Iceland made some interesting announcements about open source. Now it seems that Italy is really starting to get serious:

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