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Submission + - open source software in the military meeting (mil-oss.org)

JohnMoD writes: "with the advent of forge.mil, etc. the military seems to be getting on board with free and open source software. A working group meeting is going to be held at Georgia Tech in Atlanta 12th — 13th August 2009. Pretty good line up of speakers including a Marine from Iraq-Marine Expeditionary Forces, Future Operations, Commo / IMO, who was on the ground and saw the agility oepn source gave him and his soldiers. A number of OSS projects are going to have meeting there: Delta 3D (www.delta3d.org), OpenCPI (www.opencpi.org), FalconView, OSSIM (www.ossim.com), RedHat, etc. There look to be some good projects and discussion to be had."
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