Learning from LiMux

The LiMux project–Linux in Munich–is approaching the finish line.   LiMux was the largest municipal open-source adoption project in the world when it began in 2003, and was widely viewed as a test case for public-sector adoption. But the path proved difficult–the original 5-year transition became 8 (and counting).   Now, some 9000 of the city’s 12-15,000 desktops run Linux, with the remainder scheduled for migration in 2012. Continue reading “Learning from LiMux”