Free Software / Open Source: The enabler for Social Inclusion? - Lincoln 20/05/08
|May 20, 2008|
|6:30 pm||to||8:30 pm|
Eddie Bleasdale has been working in the area of Unix and now Linux / Free Software since the early 1980′s. He was responsible for the development of a range of Unix computers that were manufactured by BT. For the European Commission he was responsible for the development of the Open Source Migration Guidelines. See: http://www.netproject.com/docs/migoss/v1.0/
This presentation will address the issues using technology to enable Social Inclusion. It will consider the following questions: How can the UK Government / the European Commission achieve their objectives of providing care in the community? Can this be achieved using existing mainstream technology? Does the Free / Open Source community offer both the technology and the support to provide the public with secure, reliable computing that, with use, gains the trust of the users?
This is a Joint meeting between OSSG and BCS Lincolnshire.
Talk commences at 1900 hours with light refreshments from 1830 hours.
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