I thought I heard the COVID-19 tracking apps in the Netherlands would be open source but I can not spot it in the tender (https://www.tenderned.nl/tenderned-tap/aankondigingen/192421)... Did I make it up, or am I overlooking it?
It feels very ad hoc. When the adoption rate of a system is essential, trust in the systems implementation is crucial. This concept deserves better/a do-over, such as called for by https://twitter.com/WilmaH/status/1251137532751941633 et al
@ties Ben je al op de hoogte van de appathon dit weekend? https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/coronavirus-covid-19/nieuws/2020/04/17/zeven-apps-doen-mee-aan-publieke-test-komend-weekend
YouTube kanaal van VWS voor de appathon: https://m.youtube.com/user/minvws
@Erik yes die wilde ik volgen!
I think I got my answer by the way:
Open source does not seem to be a requirement. The source will be audited by KPMG according to VWS...
Seems they will be open source in the end. But this list does not inspire confidence.
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