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COVID-19 Hackathons: only Free Software creates global solutions

By Alexander Sander on 04-05-2020 12:10

By Guest Author Alexander Sander, EU Policy Manager @ FSFE

Currently we see a lot of hackathons to find tools that help tackle the crisis of pandemic COVID-19. More and more governments and administrations are hosting or funding such hackathons. To make sure that the results of these hackathons can be used globally and adapted locally - that the software can be used, studied, shared and improved everywhere - the FSFE asks to publish the outcomes under a Free Software licence.

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Public Money? Public Code!

By Alexander Sander on 06-11-2019 12:28

By Guest Author Alexander Sander, EU Policy Manager @ FSFE and speaker @ Open Source Lisbon 2019

Digital services offered and used by our public administrations are the critical infrastructure of 21st century democratic states. In order to establish trustworthy systems, public bodies must ensure they have full control over the software and the computer systems at the core of our state digital infrastructure.
Software is deeply involved in all aspects of our lives; and it is important that this technology empowers rather than restricts us.

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Cloud Migration: should I stay or should I go?

By Vitor Calil Silva on 11-10-2019 15:55

This time, I brought a subject that was one of the main topics on the Azure Essentials Workshop that we did with Microsoft: cloud migration!

What is Cloud Migration?

Cloud migration is the process of moving data, applications or other business elements to a cloud environment.

What companies usually do is to relocate most of its computing assets to the cloud, and some applications and services still remain on-premise. You probably heard about hybrid cloud too, in this option, you can go for both public and private cloud environments, that also includes on-premise computing assets.

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What is Open Source?

By Tiago Veríssimo on 19-11-2018 17:56

Open Source can be defined as a philosophy that promotes the free access and distribution of a program, product or software.

It could be called as a manipulated and modified technology that changes a piece of the original software to make the program or application work as the user wants.

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