French government to test open source on the desktop

The French government will install open source software on the desktop as part of Project ADELE, a plan to computerize much of the country’s administration by 2007, a government official said Wednesday. The administration will migrate a significant number of its desktops to open source operating systems and application software, according to Jacques Sauret, director of the French Agency for the Development of the Electronic Administration.

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