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== Relevant Posts==
== Relevant Posts==
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=== Schools ===
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*[http://techrights.org/2009/08/31/microsoft-comes-to-brazil/ Is Microsoft Trying to Derail Another Massive Migration to GNU/Linux in Brazil?]
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*[http://techrights.org/2008/04/24/brazil-education-linux/ Quick Mention: Huge Migration to GNU/Linux in Brazil (52,000,000 Students)]
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*[http://techrights.org/2009/11/06/brazil-anti-linux-schools/ Is Microsoft Planning a Coup in Brazil?]
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=== General Use ===
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*[http://techrights.org/2008/08/28/cnet-only-the-poor/ CNET Hypnosis: Only the Poor People of Brazil Might Want GNU/Linux]
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*[http://techrights.org/2008/08/30/gymnastics-in-logic/ Microsoft Fights GNU/Linux and Brazil with Lies
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*[http://techrights.org/2008/10/07/openoffice-org-used-brazil/ Red Hat’s CEO Optimistic on ODF; OpenOffice.org Used by 1 in 4 in Brazil]
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=== Standards ===
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*[http://techrights.org/2008/05/30/india-brazil-sa-appeal/ India Appeals Against OOXML, Joining Brazil, South Africa, Maybe More]
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*[http://techrights.org/2009/07/16/odf-malaysian-standard/ ODF Officially Approved as Malaysian Standard, Brazil Offers Massive Endorsement Too]
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*[http://techrights.org/2008/03/28/brazil-spills-the-beans/ Brazil Spills the Beans on OOXML, BRM; India’s Story Told Again]
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*[http://techrights.org/2008/05/29/microsoft-shenanigans-ooxml/ More Microsoft Shenanigans: Microsoft Rep Shoots Down Brazil’s Appeal Against OOXML]
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*[http://techrights.org/2007/09/03/ooxml-brazil-nz-australia/ Australia Changes Mind on OOXML, Brazil and New Zealand Explain Why OOXML is Bad]
== Background ==
== Background ==

Revision as of 18:14, 12 May 2010

Contents

Microsoft Poison Pens

  • meiobit

Independent

  • Fabião
  • Carlos Cardoso

Relevant Posts

Schools

General Use

Standards

Background

Jon Maddog Hall: Silva (president of Brazil) used no prompter for his speech on Free Software

[1]

Sérgio Amadeu, the president of the Brazilian National Institute for Information Technology, compared Microsoft's habit of giving software to governments to the tactics used by drug dealers.

[2]

Microsoft then launched a lawsuit. [3]


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