Nandor on Open Source

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I don’t normally blog on Green things except to ridicule them, but Nandor has made some comments on his battle to even use Firefox on his Parliamentary Services laptop.

Clearly the fools in charge of IT down there have rocks in their heads to continue to enforce IE on their users, let alone continue using Microsoft software at the server level especially Server 2000.

If I worked in Parliament, and I am never likely to, nor would I want to, I sure as hell wouldn’t be using their mail servers to converse with anyone, especially after Nicky Hager seemed to have no problem illegally getting his hands on hundreds of emails.

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