Open minds on open source

I’ve been engaging in an ongoing and rich conversation with fellow educators who value the contribution of open source. This citation came from a link on Bob Sutor’s Open blog

Making “hamburger of Microsoft’s cash cow” by ZDNet‘s Christopher Dawson — Ars technica featured an article last week (Microsoft funds questionable study attacking open source in education“) focusing on a European study of user satisfaction with, and adoption of open source software versus Microsoft products in educational systems. Not surprisingly, the Microsoft-funded study concluded that Microsoft products were not only long-term money-savers, but were also […]