Italian Elections: Candidates invited to sign a Letter in favour of Free Software

Assoli, the long-live Italian association devoted to the promotion of free software, invited all Italian candidates to sign a letter where they engage themselves to promote the use of free software.

The Italian association asks Italian candidates to work to promote the use of free software and open standards royalty-free, to license custom software under a persistent free software license, to destinate R&D public spendings preferably on free software, to favor coordination of efforts among public administrations to maximize free software dissemination and to use free software in education.

Until now 86 candidates signed the letter.

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