synthesize more in the headline: the Government of Extremadura plan to migrate some 40,000 computers to GNU / Linux , which is estimated will be a saving 30 million euros a year . Great news that reaches us late and rebound via Omnicromo.
As we say, this is great news, and it’s the last we heard of Extremadura in this regard is that left LinEx and decanted for Debian., but now it seems the protagonist of the story is another, LinGobex , the successor project.
Migration, which began with a software audit in the first half of 2012 and has been running since early this year as a pilot program in several government departments Extremadura, is expected to finish finished this 2013, early 2014 .
You have more data in the press release published on Gobex, the official website of Government of Extremadura. Among other things it says and installation management system, information related to the health area, which is also included in this migration. But beyond that, no doubt that this is an ambitious project that we hope to qualify for success in a few short years.yarpp-related-none” class=”yarpp-related
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