Open Source Policy

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* [[Open Source Release Policies]] - A list of government policies about '''creating''' new open source software, either by procurement from a contractor or by government developers writing the code themselves.
* [[Open Source Release Policies]] - A list of government policies about '''creating''' new open source software, either by procurement from a contractor or by government developers writing the code themselves.
* [[Open Source Development Guidelines]] - Guidelines for running an open source project, focused on the particular challenges faced by civic entities.
* [[Open Source Development Guidelines]] - Guidelines for running an open source project, focused on the particular challenges faced by civic entities.
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[[Category:Open Source]]

Latest revision as of 03:02, 4 November 2011

This page has been split into three pages:

  • Open Source Usage Policies - A list of government policies about using open source software, that is, policies about when open source solutions should be considered, either through in-house deployment or deployed by a contractor.
  • Open Source Release Policies - A list of government policies about creating new open source software, either by procurement from a contractor or by government developers writing the code themselves.
  • Open Source Development Guidelines - Guidelines for running an open source project, focused on the particular challenges faced by civic entities.