The fourth edition of the Dutch Open Source Year Book will be presented in the Royal Library in The Hague, today. The Year Book presents an overview of the main developments in the area of open standards and free software, including the policies and implementation strategies by the government. Authors from science, politics, business, government and media will highlight their contribution. This will be followed by a debate about what this means for the future policies of the Dutch government.
This edition of the Open Source Year Book includes an article about Curaçao, which will be translated and published on this blog in about two weeks.
This session is organised by Media Update, the publisher of the Open Source Year Book, in collaboration with the Internet Society Netherlands.