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OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court
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OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court

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From administrative point of view Hungary is divided into nineteen counties and the capital. Each county has local courts and a county court. In Budapest the local courts are the district courts (the …

From administrative point of view Hungary is divided into nineteen counties and the capital. Each county has local courts and a county court. In Budapest the local courts are the district courts (the twenty-three district being represented by six combined district courts) and the equivalent of the county courts is the Budapest Metropolitan Court. In Hungary 5 regional courts of appeal are seated in Budapest, Debrecen, Gy?r, Pécs, Szeged. The highest judicial forum of the country is the Supreme Court.

The Budapest Metropolitan Court is led by its president, assisted by two vice-presidents. Both of them are appointed by the National Council of Justice for six years. The president of the Budapest Metropolitan Court is primarily an administrative leader of the Budapest Metropolitan Court, the Budapest district courts and the Budapest Labour Court.

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  • 1. OpenOffice.org at the Budapest Metropolitan Court Ten years with OpenOffice.org Laky, Norbert [email_address]
  • 2. Outline <ul><li>The organization of the Hungarian Judicial system and the Metropolitan Court
  • 3. OpenOffice.org migration </li><ul><li>Milestone 1 . 18th and 19th District Court of Justice in 2000
  • 4. Milestone 2 . The Pest Central District Court of justice in 2003.
  • 5. Milestone 3 . The Labour Court in 2005 </li></ul><li>Experiences </li></ul>
  • 6. The Hungarian Judicial system Supreme Court of Hungary Courts of appeal Budapest,Szeged, Pécs, Debrecen and Győr Metropolitan Court + 19 county courts district courts – local courts Budapest Labour Court – 19 Labour Courts
  • 7. The Metropolitan Court <ul><li>Headcount: 2557
  • 8. 939 judges, secretary, drafter
  • 9. 1339 clerks
  • 10. 2750 computeri-sed workplaces
  • 11. 14 buildings </li></ul>
  • 12. The infrastructure of the information systems in 2010 <ul><li>The courts in Hungary has a country wide network for the 158 court buildings
  • 13. The building blocks: Novell Netware, E-Directory, ZENWorks, Linux - OpenEnterprise Server etc.
  • 14. The Metropolitan Court is part of the country wide network </li></ul>
  • 15. M1 - 18th and 19th District Court of Justice <ul><li>In 2000 the District Court moved to a new building.
  • 16. We planned a new thin client based system.
  • 17. The options were: </li><ul><li>Oracle NC in Java environment,
  • 18. WBT in MS environment,
  • 19. SunRay thin clients in Sun environment,
  • 20. LTSP based solution. </li></ul><li>We chose the SUN technology.
  • 21. SUN dropped up us to the oo.org express! :) </li></ul>
  • 22. 18th and 19th District Court of Justice <ul><li>65 (98) SunRay Thin Clients (judges, clerks, court rooms)
  • 23. 3 network printers
  • 24. OpenWin/Gnome graphical user interface
  • 25. StarOffice 5.2
  • 26. Integrated to the network
  • 27. Linux/Windows application servers </li></ul>
  • 28. Experiences <ul><li>It worked! And it till work in 2010!
  • 29. The users could change from PC to thin clients.
  • 30. The StartOffice 5.2 </li><ul><li>had no Hungarian menus, (we translated)
  • 31. had no Hungarian spell checker
  • 32. it was a not the same than MS Office. </li></ul><li>But our users could change! (on going training programs)
  • 33. There were no migration problem at that time. :) </li></ul>
  • 34. <ul><ul><li>MS 2 . The Pest Central Dist-rict Court of justice in 2003. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>In 2003-2004 we had to change the old PC-s at the district courts.
  • 35. We calculated that we can by </li><ul><li>110 PC with MSOffice and
  • 36. 195 PC (80 more) if we chose OO.org </li></ul><li>The decision was we go with oo.org. </li></ul>
  • 37. <ul><ul><li>MS 2 . Why we could do it in 2003? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>18th and 19th District Court of Justice's thin- client and Star/OpenOffice.org based system was working.
  • 38. The OO.Org user base in Hungary reached the critical mass.
  • 39. The FSF.hu localization project had it's results. Since 2000 the Hungarian community (with the support of the government) made very good work for us.
  • 40. We had commercial supporting partner too. (Novell) </li></ul>
  • 41. <ul><ul><li>MS 2 . The Pest Central Dist-rict Court of justice in 2003. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Headcount: 747
  • 42. 334 judges, secretary, drafter
  • 43. 367 clerks
  • 44. 260 old PC (~500 in 2010)
  • 45. 100 local printer
  • 46. 14 network printer </li></ul>
  • 47. Experiences <ul><li>For technical reason we had to do, a one weekend change project.
  • 48. On Monday the users could change from their old PC/MsOffice to new PC-s with OO.org
  • 49. The OO.org at that time: </li><ul><li>had Hungarian menus, it were localized
  • 50. had Hungarian spell checker (it was better than, the MS Office had!) </li></ul><li>So our users could change! (we held ongoing training programs)
  • 51. There were no real migration problem. </li></ul>
  • 52. Experiences OO.org training <ul><li>In 2003/2004 we had to train for oo.org hundreds of users.
  • 53. The solution was an e-learning system (moodle) with hungarian ECDL compatible oo.org curriculum.
  • 54. The curriculum was developed by a Hungarian company with the help of the government.
  • 55. In 2003/2004 we had no Hungarian version of the oo.org user documentation. </li></ul>
  • 56. E- learning
  • 57. Experiences Till 2003 at the Metropolitan Court, every new PC or thin client set in operation with openoffice.org!
  • 58. M3. The Labour Court in 2005. <ul><li>The Labour court was moved to a new building.
  • 59. We set in operation 90 dual boot (Linux/Windows) PC-s, with certainly OO.org
  • 60. The Linux environment was based on NLD, and it was integrated into the country wide network.
  • 61. The change to OO.org on every PC went trouble free.
  • 62. This was the 3. building in which we used only OO.org. </li></ul>
  • 63. Experiences <ul><li>The permanent revolution (Lenin:) is the our friend.
  • 64. We need ongoing word processor courses - not concrete product courses.
  • 65. Today there are good documentations, e-larning tools and curriculums, so the training is not problem! </li></ul>
  • 66. Experiences <ul><li>Oppositionals </li><ul><li>The “lazy “ sysops.
  • 67. The “lazy” programmers.
  • 68. and the users who were trained to the use of a concrete product. </li></ul><li>Technical problems </li><ul><li>The features in ODF. ODF register the printer you used (It is solved in oo.org 3.0)
  • 69. Old winword “templates”, used till the winword 2.0 </li></ul></ul>
  • 70. Experiences <ul><li>Till 2003 at the Metropolitan Court we set in order every PC/ Thin Client with OO.org
  • 71. In 2008 only the 12 % of the workplaces used MS Office!
  • 72. In 2010-2011 we plan to reach the 5%!
  • 73. In the country wide information network, on all the courts in Hungary, the 56% the used Office applications is OO.org(!) in 2010! </li></ul>
  • 74. Experiences Year PC Thin client Sum MS Office ( Ft/licence) The savings 2003 618 0 618 ~ 86000 226 696 000 HUF 2004 190 10 200 2005 530 0 530 2006 183 95 278 2007 240 0 240 2008 60 400 460 2009 30 280 310 2010 0 0 0 Sum: 1851 785 2636
  • 75. Experiences Till 2003 we saved 226 696 000 HUF BC: 968,786 EUR AC: 797,422 EUR
  • 76. Thank You for your attention!

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