Estonian Government publishes open source policy

According to a report on osor.eu, the Open Source Observatory, the government of Estonia has published its policy on open source software. Estonia plans to recommend use of the EUPL for code developed or funded by Estonian public administrations and plans to create a software forge for this software.

The open source policy is a component in the country’s IT Interoperability Framework which also sets out principles such as support of open standards for all new IT systems and an avoidance of dependency on “certain brand-based products and services”.

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