Di fatto l'Olanda dichiara che il software gratis NON
RICHIEDE GARE e che l'openness di un software può essere considerato un
requisito per l'acquisizione del software!
E se lo facessimo anche noi?
On March 21 2008 programme office NOiV has released the English version
of the publication called The acquisition of (open-source) software.
This publication details the ways in which governments can acquire
software and the role open-source software and open standards can play
in that process. This publication promotes a clear and sensible choice
of governments with regard to the openness of their software.
The two main conclusions of this publication are:
1. Gratis software does not require tendering. The same is true for
gratis open source software. This conclusions means that there are to
main ways of software acquisition: tendering on one hand and
downloading on the other.
2. Software acquisition has to be focuses on the fulfilment of
requirements. Openness however can be a requirement as well. For
instance, some software applications might require the source code to
cover This guide was originally created by the OSOSS programme office.
Since January 2008 OSOSS has been succeeded by the programme office
Netherlands in Open Connection (NOiV). NOiV facilitates the execution
of the action plan Netherlands in Open Connection and is responsible
for the translation of this manual into English. Some small corrections
A paper version of this guide can be ordered by governments (limited
supply) by sending an email to Maarten Wijnen-Meijer. The guide is also
available digitally (cover: PDF
, text: PDF
) under the GNU Free Documentation License
Comments and suggestions are very welcome and can be send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pubblicato il 6/4/2008 alle 18.33 nella rubrica - Polis Civitas.