Last week we reported that MySQL advisor Florian Mueller warned that the plans to introduce 14,000 base clients could be in jeopardy because the city's CIO feared the consequences of the EU software patent directives.
And according to today's c't magazine, that's what's happened.
A local Green Party alderman filed a motion in the city last week asking the federal German government to urgently investigate the implications of the EU patent rulings.
The project has been put on ice, said c't, here, in a German language report. µ
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