Linux in Birmingham Libraries

For some months, as part of the Open Source Academy, a small team in Birmingham City Council’s Business Solutions and IT section have been investigating the use of Linux, as an alternative to Microsoft Windows, in the Libraries Service. The project is currently in the live pilot stage.

Tommorow night, Thursday 20th, the first public report on the project will be delivered to the South Birmingham Linux Users Group at Birmingham University. The meeting is open to anyone so, if you’re interested and can get there feel free to show up. The venue is on the train station side of the campus.

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  1. Hazz (unregistered) on October 19th, 2005 @ 3:44 pm


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