Continuing our series of bringing information about the free software movement in Latin America to English readers, North by South interviewed Cláudio Filho (original in Portuguese), one of the people responsible for starting the OpenOffice.org project in Brazil (pt-BR), known in the country as BrOffice.org. The project started around 2002 and the community in Brazil who supports it has done some great work not only to provide a high-quality office suite to Brazil’s citizens but to also do their part on the nation-wide movement for digital inclusion and promoting free software.

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