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Open source software: Modernity versus Middle Ages

Let’s suppose to travel back to the past and try to replace the medieval concept of knowledge to applied knowledge to computer skill or, if you prefer, to geomatics that is the science this blog deals with. During the Middle … Continue reading

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Another big lie: interoperability without open source software

The interoperability concept is currently on everyone’s tongue. Everything has to be interoperable. It’s necessary, it’s ideal, it’s legal. Implementation of an IT system or solution wouldn’t come to mind to anybody. Or, at least, consciously. But, what is the … Continue reading

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Smart cities: what about the reuse?

At this point in our live we still get indignant about seeing tenders and public grants and most of them related to Smart Cities in the last years where basically citizens money is spent in software licenses acquisition. Licenses with … Continue reading

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