European Open Source Repository: OSOR goes into the Wild 2.0

OSOR website today launched a new section to allow users to add blog entries, create and participate in discussions or share documents and cases and assist in creating a knowledge base on their community.

“We hope this will boost the exchange of good practises regarding open source and open standards and that it will result in the sharing of experiences by public administrations”, explains Szabolcs Szekacs, project officer at IDABC, the European Commission’s unit for e-Government policies.

Szekacs expects those active on open source and open standards in public administration to make use of the new possibilities.

Will it work?