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"Linux ins Rathaus" - Linux for german city administration


(I'm posting to both debian-project and debian-consultants, because
consultants seems to be quite dead, and I don't even know if it would be
the right list. And I'm not subsribed to any of them - I hope the
Mail-Followup-To does the trick.)

A political party of which I'm a member of wants to start a campaign in
order to convince the city's administration to switch to Linux. I am not
involved in this yet, but would like to help them if possible. And it
would be nice if Debian GNU/Linux would get a chance, too.

Therefore I would be glad to hear whether any towns in Europe have yet
done the switch and chosen Debian for that. 

And for sure some commercial support would be needed - does anybody know
of a company that could give support for a Debian-bases system for an
administration? Since I live in Freiburg, Germany, not only german
companies come into question, but also companies from Switzerland or
northeast France. 

Thanks in advance, Frank
Frank Küster, Biozentrum der Univ. Basel
Abt. Biophysikalische Chemie

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