Linux in Business: Charitable organizations
This page contains a list of references to commercial sites that make use of Linux to support their day-to-day business function. It's intended to be useful if you would like to find out more about how Linux is being used in commercial and other "production" (i.e., not at home, not just for fun) environments.
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As of 2003-03-18, there are 557 entries in this list.
For an excellent description of the Open Source software development model embodied in Linux, and why it's good for business, please refer to: www.opensource.org
Non-profit and charitable organizations
- Applied Information Management Institute
- Beauregard Parish Public Library
- Community Information & Referral
- The Edmonton Cat Fanciers Club
- Federation of European Integration
- Free Computers for Education
- The Green Parties of North America
- Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly
- OpenConcept Consulting
- Paradox, Inc.
- Resources For Human Development
- World Council of Churches
For a list of other Linux resources on the WWW, press HERE
If you are interested in promoting Linux for a commercial application, you should read the Advocacy-HOWTO document.