The politics of Italian Open Source

Matthew Aslett is running a nice post, summarizing some Netcraft results about Open Source usage in politics. I just have to do the same for Italian parties, ordered by the results obtained in last year’s elections, included in parentheses (and limited to those parties who managed to score more than 1% of votes for the low chamber):

So, all in all and to sum it up, those parties represent 95,17% of the overall Italian political weight. Barely 18.2% of the above political representation is not using Open Source, which means in turn that no less than 76,85% of our political parties are relying on OSS at least when it comes to their Internet presence. Not bad at all!



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