Phillip Smith

Open-source software for non-profits, and dealing with SPAM.

Good article quoting the usual suspects over at Charity Village:

Unless you work in IT, you probably don't give much thought to whether the software you use is licensed or open source, freeware or shareware; you just want it to work properly. But with the flexibility and affordability that open source and shareware programs can offer, some nonprofits are taking a closer look. Find out about the available software alternatives and whether they might be right for your organization in this week's cover story at: http://www.charityvillage.com/cv/news/cover.asp

(Not sure how long that link will work, so let me know if it's not working.)

Also fun to see that all those lessons on dealing with spam have finally paid off for Mark Greenspan. Mark was over for dinner on the weekend and couldn't stop talking about the Net Neutrality panel (lots of familiar names there) that he is helping to program at Next Media 2007.

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