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  • News Lessons from Swiss equipment booking system reuse
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    Lessons from Swiss equipment booking system reuse

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    Software projects that want to maximize their chances for sharing and reuse should use English when deciding on function names, variables and code comments. They need to make the software adaptable to other languages, says Ramón Cahenzli, a Swiss software developer working for the Zürich University of the Arts (ZHdK). “Don’t think you can do internationalisation later. You&;
  • News 'Funky Citizens' involves taxpayers in checking municipal budget
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    'Funky Citizens' involves taxpayers in checking municipal budget

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    Funky Citizens, a Romanian civic initiative to build research-based, data-driven online advocacy tools, is inviting its followers to participate in analysing the municipal budget of Cluj-Napoca. This move was triggered after several errors were found in the 2015 draft budget. According to Funky Citizens, the municipal government reacted openly and quickly when confronted with these errors. Funky;
  • Event Mozilla Weekend in Tirana Albania
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    Mozilla Weekend in Tirana Albania

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    The second annual Mozilla Weekend , taking place in Tirana, Albania, on 28 February and 1 March 2015, will bring workshops and presentations on free and open source web technologies. The event is organised by the free software community of Albania together with the Open Mozilla Labs and others. bmacademy etc. The event will last for two days starting at 10:00 until 16:00 on both days. Saturday morning will begin with opening remarks and presentation of the Mozilla community in Albania. Thi;
  • Event WEBINAR - Sweden's innovative software procurement strategy: How to ge
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    WEBINAR - Sweden's innovative software procurement strategy: How to get best value for money and not getting locked-in

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      Daniel Melin   Wednesday 4 March 2015 (15:30 - 16:00) CET Through this brief webinar Daniel Melin will share with the audience how Sweden is promoting open standards and open source through central framework agreements. Daniel will also cover how, from a market compe;
  • Case The path to an award-winning antiplagiarism system for higher educatio
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    The path to an award-winning antiplagiarism system for higher education institutions

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    International research project “Impact of Policies for Plagiarism in Higher Education Across Europe” (IPPHEAE, EU funded, 2010-2013, Project Lead Partner: Coventry University, United Kingdom) carried out a survey in all EU countries. Country reports for 27 EU countries are accessible on the internet site http://ippheae.eu/project-results. In the report “Plagiarism Policies in Slo;