OpenBSD Journal

Open Source in France, perfect niche for OBSD?

Contributed by Dengue on from the parlez-vous-securite? dept.

Another Anonymous Denizen of the Web writes : "This isn't important news, but interesting as a tidbit nonetheless. To give credit where credit is due, you really ought to read the article at The Register . However, while reading, I couldn't help think that all the requirements mentioned (MySQL, ssh, open source, etc.) are all built in (well MySQL is in the ports tree) to OpenBSD. So, anyone out there in France willing to promote OBSD as their solution, should this proposal go through?"

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  1. By Marc Espie () on

    This is somewhat old news, for us french types.

    The bad part is that the proposal somehow fizzled, and there is very serious doubt that anyone will go through with it.

    Acceptance of OpenSource software, including OpenBSD, of course, slowly gets higher, but there is still quite a way to go.

    I wouldn't hold my breath for it.


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