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'''Operating systems''' which are: free and open source; customised, maintained and actively used by some research establishment; modified to help [http://bjoern.brembs.net/2018/05/after-24-years-when-will-academic-culture-finally-shift/ open science as the default infrastructure].
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'''This list is still under development.  Every part of it may change before the official launch, including its title, URL, and method of organization.'''
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This list covers operating systems which are: free and open source; customised, maintained and actively used by some research establishment; modified to help [http://bjoern.brembs.net/2018/05/after-24-years-when-will-academic-culture-finally-shift/ support open access].
  
 
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* [https://wiildos.wikispaces.com/Novit%C3%A0 WiildOS] (Italian)
 
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Latest revision as of 12:06, 13 July 2018

This list is still under development. Every part of it may change before the official launch, including its title, URL, and method of organization.

This list covers operating systems which are: free and open source; customised, maintained and actively used by some research establishment; modified to help support open access.

Linux distributions

  • Cubbli Linux, preinstalled on PCs of the University of Helsinki (carries some proprietary software by default)

Specific sectors:

For schools:

Defunct

As of 2018, the following projects appear to be dead: