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December 3, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

The Open Software Foundation is to cut back operations at its Munich, Germany office, in a bid to optimise its resources, according to European Operations communications manager Mark Laureys. The Foundation’s operational headquarters moved over to Brussels last April, but much of the Distributed Management Environment work had been centred around Munich; it will now be continued in the UK, and some staff will be relocated. Foundation regional director Hans Josef Jeanrond is expected to continue working from a base in Munich. Meanwhile, in Brussels, the Software Foundation is planning to move into its own offices this January – it is currently being hosted by Digital Equipment Corp – and will mark the move by expanding its training and educational operations. The Foundation says it has increased its investment in the Grenoble-based research laboratories, where it is working with the European Commission on Esprit 3, on projects such as its Architecture-Neutral Distribution Format. More details on this are expected soon.

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